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Pixels of the Week – December 2, 2016

Pixels of the Week – December 2, 2016

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: burger menu, conversational form, example of PWA, bad code, history of lorem ipsum, fun with Internet of Objects, fonts for developers, 2016 front-end state and some nice SVG snowflakes. You can follow me on twitter to get a dose of links every days. TL;DNR the one you …Continue reading

Pixels of the Week – February 5, 2016

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 …Continue reading

Pixels of the Week – September, 2015

  EPixels of the Week – September, 2015very 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: Web Design weekly summary: TL;DNR the one you should not miss #Mobile #Google Google will remove mobile friendly labels for sites that hide content behind interstitials Interesting article #Form Why the Confirm Password Field Must Die #Performance The Illusion of Time - How Time Perception Shapes User Experience #TED #Talk 6 TED Talks Every UX Professional Should Watch #Performance Impressive, yet scary: pages loaded 3.9x faster with an iOS9 add blocker and used 53% less bandwidth #Ecommerce #Usability Product List Usability: Avoid 'Quick View’ Overlays by Baymard #User Testing UX Insights from a Drunk Guy  - An Unconventional Experiment: great read on user testing on a more general level #Bullshit Living With Bullshit - How willing are you to piss off your users? #Touch #a11y Really insightful: Screen Readers on Touchscreen Devices, how do people with touch screen use a screen reader on the web. . Inspiration and Great ideas #Fonts FONT FLAME, Tinder for font pairing Designer news Tutorials #SVG #CSS CSS vs. SVG: Shapes and Arbitrarily-Shaped UI Components Useful ressources, tools and plugins that will make your life easy #Font Overpass, a nice sans serif font under SIL Open Font Licence #Color Cohesive-colors, a tool to help create cohesive color schemes (based on this idea) #Typography Typography on the web - A starting point for web designers and developers to learn more about typography #Photoshop HTML Block, a plugin to place HTML directly in a Photoshop layer (and style it with CSS) <3 Fun, games, experiments and demos #CSS CSS blob buttons And just fo fun, Fifty Shades of Grey: A Review by Visual Idiot <3

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: the end (hopefully) of the mobile interstitial, form password design, percieved speed and performance gain after using an iOS adblocker, user testing, a Photoshop extension, how screenreader users use touch screen devices, a nice cute sans serif font and a tinder-like font pairing tool, a tool to …Continue reading

Pixels & code #32– Web Design weekly links not to miss

Pixels & code #32– Web Design weekly links not to miss

Every week I post a lot of my daily readings about Web, UI and UX Design, HTML and CSS, webdesign tools  and ressources and inspiration on twitter and other social networks. I decided to put them all together in one place at the end of the week, in case you missed some. They are classified in different categories with some tags so that you can quickly select what you are interested in. Happy reading. Articles to read #Pagination Google’s infinite …Continue reading

Sizzlepig, an online tool to resize, scale and crop multiple images

Creating different versions of the same image can become time consuming for website content creators. You usually have to use scripts, or batch processing in design tools. Results of automatic image cropping are not often perfect and you tend to have to rework some images individually. This morning I found a really cool online tool: Sizzlepig. This little tool is able to batch process many images and image folders, resize, scale and crop them automatically. Blueprints to create all the …Continue reading