Pixels of the Week – February 5, 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 ressources, inspiration on twitter and other social networks.

This week’s selection: a social media image/ad size tool, making a webapp installable, design and manipulation, the power of the delay when it comes to paying for product/services, preparing and anticipating clients feedbacks, a nice circle slider, an e-commerce impressive case-study, a little bit of pathfinder trolling, some graphic trends and lovely music albums colored covers. Also don’t miss the CSS tutorials (masonry, editing image and customizing checkboxes), a responsive email tool, a list of UX tools and a fun bio generator.

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

#Social

Adsvise.com, you will never have to look for Facebook or Twitter’s header size again

Interesting article

#Remote

Why I work remotely (hint: it has nothing to do with productivity)

#WebApp

How to make your web app installable using the Manifest file

#Photoshop #Maniputation

A Special Hell for Designers Like Me, really interesting read on photo manipulation to sell products

#A11Y

The accessibility stack: making a better layer cake

#UX #delight #payment

Very interesting: How to Design Delightful UX Through the Power of Delay – Ever wondered how your business’ payment structure might affect your customer’s experience? Discover how you can use the power of delay to power your UX.

#Design

Balance In Web Design And Why It Is Important

#Mobile #Usability

Mobile Usability: Allow Users to ‘Search Within’ Their Current Category (94% Don’t)

#JavaScript

What To Expect From JavaScript In 2016 – Beyond the Browser: Node.js, Cordova, desktop apps, etc.

#Human #Client #Feedbacks

Stop hoping for the best. Preempt potential problems

Inspiration and Great ideas

#CSS

Elastic Circle Slideshow

#Case Study #Ecommerce

Pretty impressive video case study for e-commece

#Trolling

Trolling pathfinder level 100 and yet so true

#Color

Album colors of the year <3

#Trend

Are These Graphic Design Trends Going Out of Style? (for some, I really hope not)

Tutorials

#CSS

HOW TO: Pure CSS masonry layouts – achieving that aesthetically pleasing staggered effect without any JavaScript

#CSS

This was a really nice talk: Editing Images in CSS by @Una

#CSS

Completely CSS: Custom checkboxes, radio buttons and select boxes

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

#JS

You Dont / Might Not Need …, a list of those ‘You might not need’ lists

#Email

It’s email day: responsive patterns, plus some good product email design code

#Color

CHROMANTICS: the psychology of color, a quick online game

#UX

The List of UX Tools to Rule Them All

Fun, games, experiments and demos

#Troll

Designer Bio Generator™

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