Pixels of the Week – September 9, 2018

Stéphanie Walter

Senior UX Designer - Mobile Expert

Senior UX Designer. Mobile Expert. Public speaker. Blog writer. Google Dev Expert Product Design (GDE)

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Every week I post a lot of my daily readings about Web, UI and UX Design, mobile design, webdesign tools  and useful resources, inspiration on twitter and other social networks.

This week’s selection: examples of good UX, animations and UX, conversational semantics, design with difficult data, dataviz best practice, CSS shapes, inclusive design conference, designing UI with color blind users in mind, notifications for apps, CSS and OpenType, smart products and gradient inspiration.

You can follow me on twitter to get a dose of links every days.

TL;DNR the one you should not miss


The ultimate guide to proper use of animation in UX” a long and totally worth reading article with illustrations to help you understand animations in Interfaces and especially how and when to use different easing, amazing work

Interesting article




Design with Difficult Data, great read on anticipating real data in your designs


Super detailed read with great examples – Designing UI with Color Blind Users in Mind


Designing notifications for apps – Explore different notification models and when to use which


#Inclusive Design

Save the date… Inclusive design 24 returns on 11 October 2018! A free 24-hour online event for the global community celebrating inclusive design featuring

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas

#Dogs #CSS

#Jokes #Devs

Developer job ads


This Colorful New Font Is Made Entirely of Brand Logos – I like those kind of fun ideas


Oh Mamma, I’m in love with Gradient – The secret knowledge of how to use gradients in design.



The new Smashing Book 6 – New Frontiers in Webdesign is out soon and you should totally check it out!!

Useful tools and plugins that will make your life easy


From Data to Viz leads you to the most appropriate graph for your data. It links to the code to build it and lists common caveats you should avoid


Archetype, an online tool to help you handle typography and vertical rythm, then export it in CSS or for Sketch (supports Google Fonts)

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