September 6-September 13
The latest news from the world of UX design:
Sometimes an existing system won’t meet the needs of your project or users. Depending on the state of the existing system and the goals of your project, there are several strategies for adopting a scalable, pattern-based approach without sacrificing the user experience or inviting tiresome organizational turf wars.
Garrett Miller shares the story about Slack Kit. A group of engineers, designers, and writers began to centralize these standards, documenting the bits and pieces, small and large, that make up Slack.
Norm decided to write my own Figma desktop app with the mission of making Figma feel, more at home on the Mac.
Practical tips on how to add video content in web pages and mobile screens.
With some help from Lottie, Webflow team brings the power of After Effects to Webflow and unlocking a new realm of possibilities for animation on your sites.
Test all the buttons and links on your page with just one click. Check if you have are compliant with WCAG 2.1 contrast guidelines.
Video games have a power to change your perspective. They seemed so much edgier, playing with deeper and more experimental UX techniques. In this artile, Scott Jenson goes well beyond classic “gamification” and tells how video games can inspire great UX.
Email Love is a collection of carefully curated email resources.
This plugin for Sketch allows you to switch between Light and Dark Mode directly in your design with one click.
The tool helps you check the support tables for HTML and CSS in emails.