Pixels of the Week: Web Design links not to miss – December 12, 2014

Stéphanie Walter

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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 ressources, inspiration on twitter and other social networks.

This week’s selection: streethacking in Germany, performance and page weight, the fold and  “user don’t scroll” UX mythes , CSS and GIF animations, SVG loaders, paper prototyping and text message in movies inspiration

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

#Streethack

Germany, I love you: play Streetpong in Hildesheim while waiting for the light to turn green

Streetpong

Interesting article

#Animations

CSS animations for beginer, Fearless animations – moving users with motion and Animating the DOM, now you’ve got some nice articles to read about animation

#Performance

A Beginner’s Guide to Website Speed Optimization

A Beginner’s Guide to Website Speed Optimization

#Scroll

Everybody Scrolls.- ongoing research into usability best practices tackles scrolling.

Everybody Scrolls

#Well beeing

Don’t Push Through the Pain, advices from Carolyn Wood (writer)  who had to stop working because of the pain caused by using the mouse and keyboard

#Paper Prototype

If you Think Paper Prototyping is a Waste of Time, you’re Doing it Wrong: AGREED!

#UX Myth

There is No Fold, a story using Luke Wroblewski’s twitter posts

There is No FoldInspiration and Great ideas

#Pantone

And the winner is… Marsala (pantone of the year ^^ )

Marsala

#Text Messages

A Brief Look at Texting and the Internet in Film” with a nice analysis of what UI film autors use for this kind of interactions

A Brief Look at Texting and the Internet in Film

#SVG

SVG loaders inspiration

SVG loaders

Tutorials

#Gif

7 tips for designing awesome animated GIFs

7 tips for designing awesome animated GIFs

Useful ressources

#WebType

The State of Web Type, nice presentation

The State of Web Type

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