Pixels of the Week – July 15, 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: designing for TV UI, some cool SVG demos, evolution of iOS app design, CSS in JavaScript, 4 really cool fonts, ressources to learn CSS and HTML, design principles, design thinking, service design, avoiding color gender stereotypes in dataviz, collaborated UI and UX patterns inspiration resource, typography and …

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Pixels of the Week – July 8, 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: dark patterns, UX lessons from video games, ROI of UX, user testing tips, CSS animations, UX responsibility of not doing any harm, blue light color health issues, designing for trust, finding a UX job, user research manuals, designing for accessibility, alternative to mobile burger menu, a nice …

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My 2018 Portfolio redesign: UX, visual design and development process

You might have noticed that there was a little bit of blog redesign going on here. This is because I redesigned my portfolio last week and I’m trying to make the blog match the new portfolio redesign. For the moment it’s a MVP, full static HTML and a little bit of PHP includes. There’s some design and linguistic decisions involved. In this article, I will explain a little bit the redesign process and what’s coming next. Visit the new portfolio …

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Pixels of the Week – June 24, 2018

UX, UI and Front-End weekly news: moderated usability tests, centering things in CSS, an article on new CSS units, touch screens in cars, design systems, design tools, designer rant and some CSS cool patterns.

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Voxxeddays 2018 – Hello my name is St�phanie

In a globalized diverse world, decisions about encoding, formats or characters you accept or refuse on your site and in your database will have more or less unpleasant consequences on user experience.

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