Links tagged: design
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July 12th 2019
When To Do a Design Sprint and When To Do Something Else [Infographic]
As popular as they are, Design Sprints are not ideal every time a product team wants to solve a problem.
May 6th 2019
Build Your Next Design System with Web Components | The Ionic Blog
Few things in the frontend world are as hot as Design Systems, the idea of building a design spec or library of reusable components that can be shared across a team or company. Design Systems enforce style and branding guidelines, reduce design fatigue for engineers, and consolidate component engineering to one single set of components and a team that builds them. Basically, they help teams manage design at scale.
April 1st 2019
Turn high fidelity UI images into mockups
Create low fidelity mockdowns, redact user information, use for explainer videos or concept walkthroughs.
March 25th 2019
Mobile UI: Design Trends Setting the Tone for 2019
A new spring is here, which is exciting because it means that we get to learn new things, try out new design tools, and simply have fun while doing what we love to do.
March 13th 2019
The Design Sprint Canvas | Clearleft
We’ve been running Design Sprints for a long time and value their ability to tackle challenges and fast-track processes. With this in mind, we’ve put together The Design Sprint Canvas - a handy tool that you can download to help guide facilitators and Sprint participants through the process.
January 3rd 2019
The Same Layout Everyone Is Doing | Jen Simmons Labs
IS THIS YOUR WEBSITE
February 19th 2018
A visual way to analyze the specificity of selectors in CSS.
December 14th 2017
Design Principles are a set of considerations that form the basis of any good product.
December 14th 2017
September 19th 2017
Inline validation is problematic – Simple = Human – Medium
Inline validation informs users whether what they type is valid as they type. The theory is that it’s easier to fix errors as soon as they occur instead of waiting until submission. The thing is, inline validation causes several problems:
July 17th 2017
Home | Dark Patterns
Dark Patterns are tricks used in websites and apps that make you buy or sign up for things that you didn't mean to. The purpose of this site is to spread awareness and to shame companies that use them.
July 7th 2017
Design philosophies | Django documentation | Django
This document explains some of the fundamental philosophies Django’s developers have used in creating the framework. Its goal is to explain the past and guide the future.
July 7th 2017
Fractal user guide | Fractal Documentation
Fractal is a tool to help you build and document web component libraries, and then integrate them into your projects.
Component (or pattern) libraries are a way of designing and building websites in a modular fashion, breaking up the UI into small, reusable chunks that can then later be assembled in a variety of ways to build anything from larger components right up to whole pages.
Fractal helps you assemble, preview and document website component libraries, and then integrate them into your web sites, apps and build processes to create joined up, ‘living’ projects.
Fractal can be run from the command line or integrated into your project via its API.
July 7th 2017
Designing for Forgiveness – Muzli -Design Inspiration
One night while driving through a dark desert road, I missed a sharp right turn and ran straight into the ditch. The warning sign, placed shortly before the turn, was barely visible under the cover of darkness.
May 30th 2017
Best Practices for Horizontal Lists in Mobile – uxdesign.cc
Many Android and iOS apps have horizontal scrolling lists. Maybe it’s also combined inside a vertical list. But is it necessary? Even assuming it is, are you doing it right?
In this article, let’s discuss tips to remember when designing horizontal lists. Later, we’ll look at possible alternatives that can work better.
May 19th 2017
Design Better Data Tables – uxdesign.cc
Data is useless without the ability to visualize and act on it. The success of future industries will couple advanced data collection with a better user experience, and the data table comprises much of this user experience.
May 10th 2017