Pixels of the Week – February 16, 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: A tale about naming, encoding and user experience in a globalized diverse world, scarcity psychological bias, onboarding, reverse captcha, inclusive design guidelines at Microsoft, designing for working memory, blog design, accessibility, CSS for dinosaurs, using CSS variables for parallax scrolling, fake briefs, HTML, CSS, JS compressor and OCR tools, Service Workers explained.

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

TL;DNR the one you should not miss

#Encoding #Inclusive Design

Here is the 1st of a serie of more personal articles I will write: “Hello, my name is Stéphanie, but some of you call me St�phanie, St?phanie, Stêphanie or Stéphanie.” A tale about naming, encoding and user experience in a globalized diverse world

Interesting article

#UX / UI

#Design

#Front End

#Amazon

Someone Is Sending Amazon Sex Toys to Strangers. Amazon Has No Idea How to Stop It. Getting unsolicited packages from unknown strangers is creepy. Being unable to stop it only makes them creepier.

#SEO

How SEOs Can Benefit From Google Lighthouse – Website Performance Metrics

Inspiration, fun demos and Great ideas

#Bot

Reverse Captcha 😀

#Advert

This Nike advert is so perfect

Tutorials

#CSS

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

#Front End

  • Parallax scrolling with CSS variables – I’m not a big fan of parallax scrolling but I think it’s kind of cool to be able to use CSS variables for that 🙂
  • Online web tools to get your work done faster: HTML, CSS, JS compressor, OCR and more: hreftools.com

#Brief

For my teacher (and designer) friends: “Practise logo design using random generated client briefs”: 

#Accessibility

Hello, just your monthly reminder to tell you that web accessibility is important (and a legal requirement in some cases). Here is a site to help you get started, find articles and ressources, etc: a11yproject.com

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