Pixels of the Week – March 23, 2018

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: information architecture  empty states, design roles spectrum, logical fallacies, easing gradients, UI toggles inspiration, variable fonts, CSS variables for theming, color management, accessibility ressources, a literal world map, collaboration tools and why asking for names in forms is hard

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

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

As a non native speaker writing in English, one of the best tools that helped me write articles so far is hemingwayapp.com

I could not thank enough myriamjessier for the discovery. So I asked her if she wanted to guest blog in the links to present you a SEO meet UX selection. So, welcome Myriam’s new section this week.

Workshop Slides

The slides on card sorting for our first UX in Lux meetup with Laurence Vagner are online 🙂

Interesting article





Why rich results can help significantly improve your search ranking and boost traffic to your site


Useful accessibility resources

#SEO meet UX articles curated by Myriam Jessier

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas


UI Toggles to turn you on hahaha


For my linguistic and maps lovers, here is a literal world map



The tedious process of building a colour scheme in Keynote


Sketch Type Symbols, an interesting hack to swap texts in Sketch. I wish we had style overrides. Like: create the button symbol size and radius, override it’s color with a fill style and text with a text style. This would make it much easier 🙁

Useful resources, tools and plugins that will make your life easy

#Empty States

emptystat.es, a nice website is you are looking for empty state design examples


tscheck.in, an online tool to find a question to begin (check-in) and end (check out) your collaborative sessions

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