Pixels of the Week – December 3, 2016

Pixels of the Week – December 3, 2016
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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: mobile design and mobile browsers, 8 points grid, psychology, cognitive biases, form validation UX, Progressive Web Apps, cartography, PSD inspection tool in Invision, a lot of HTML and CSS tutorials. There are also some nice Sketch plugins and a tool to design maps based on data in the ressource section.

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

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

#Mobile

The (Not So) Secret Powers Of The Mobile Browser: notifications, offline support, PWA, etc., everything you need to know about mobile browsers capabilities those days

Les super pouvoirs des navigateurs mobiles

Interesting article

#Uber

Smart idea to enhance Uber pickup experience, driver get a LED sign with a color they can change so that customers can see them quickly

#Design

Intro to the 8-Point Grid System, because it scales pretty well on my screen densities, interesting

#Psychology

The science of surprise: How to make your work unforgettable, a few interesting ideas for articles, conferences and websites

#Design

The Current State of Adaptive Design: a comparison between Sketch Figma and Subform

#Portfolio

Portfolio Advice for a UX Researcher.

#Sketch

Sketch is getting more and more interesting as a UI designer: How to create a FRONT END FRAMEWORK with Sketch

#AI

Front-End Developers Are Information Architects Too

#Form

Forms Need Validation, here are a few ways to provide it

#PWA

Designing Progressive Web Applications for the Future

 

#Design

Decision Frames: How Cognitive Biases Affect UX Practitioners

#UX

10 things I wish I knew as a UX research team of one – some really nice advice

#Maps #Dataviz

Crafting Data-Driven Maps at Uber, great article if like me you love maps and dataviz

#Fun #UX

What your relatives actually think when you say “UX Designer” – cute, actually I’m lucky mum get what I do

Webdesign news

#CSS

20 Years of CSS

#Invision

The inspect tool in Invision now works with PSDs as well !!!

Tutorials

#Accessibility

Writing HTML with accessibility in mind

#Illustration

How to use basic shapes to create simple icons in a few clicks

#CSS

Multi-line Padded Text with the CSS box-decoration-break Property

#CSS

Using CSS to animate border-radius

#HTML5

10 New Features of HTML 5.1 & How to Use Them IRL

#CSS

How Style Scoping Works with Element Queries, interesting concept with a few detailed examples

 

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

#Conversational Interface

A template for conversational interfaces in case you don’t want to draw the bubbles yourself

#Sketch

A few nice ressources: Best Sketch Plugins I Used This Year (2016)

#Map

mapinseconds.com  turns the data in your speadsheets into a nice map

#Performance

Front-End Performance Checklist 2017 (PDF, Apple Pages)

Fun, games, experiments and demos

#Emoji

Morning, it’s Monday procrastination time: Text Emoticon Creator

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