Pick of The Week
How Can We Make Design Better for the Color-Blind? - Adobe 99U - 99U
“Designing with inclusiveness and accessibility benefits everyone.”
The idea of a colour-blind designer sounds very unusual, but creatives who suffer from this obstacle can be even greater advocates and assets to any design projects.
The Best of The Rest
Stop designing for one user – UX Collective
“Don’t worry, this guy can tell you everything you need to know.”
As UX practitioners, convincing stakeholders to test your enterprise system on multiple people can be hell, but there are some key ways to making this stage a lot less painful and worth investing in.
Web design & art history | Webflow
A look back at the defining moments of Art and [Web] Design
This beautiful, dynamic web timeline gives us a look back at the key moments in western Art and influences of our modern Web Design.
How to ask for design feedback? – Alejandra Temprana – Medium
"I like it" just isn't helpful!
When in need of useful and actionable feedback from fellow designers or stakeholders, knowing what to ask for and how to frame your questions can become a game changer for your projects.
Mobile Usability Made Simple – UX Planet
Seamlessly transition to mobile design
While designing for the large, desktop canvas is often the priority, mobile is becoming the new default. Keeping in mind some of these principles and considerations will help you make the most of the smaller screens.
One More Thing
ICONSVG - Quick customizable SVG icons for your project
The most customisable icon set, yet.
If you wish you could customise your icons' strokes, ends and joints, this icons set from Gaddafi Rusli might just be what you were looking for.