Pick of The Week
Design Sprints vs Design Thinking vs Agile
In case you were wondering.
When getting into the weeds of UX, the number of popular frameworks thrown around would confuse even the more experienced, so the folks at Design Sprint Academy compare the scope, timeline, structure and definition of the 3 popular ones.
The Best of The Rest
Keeping Employees Engaged in the Time of Remote Work
Keeping close ties, virtually.
Love it or hate it, Zoom won't replace the in-person connections we make at work, but with over a year of WFH and a slow return to the office, many could do with some team engagement, so someone at Adobe's Team Ops shares what's helping her keep the team together.
GradientArt | Advanced CSS Gradient Editor
Advanced CSS gradients, made easy🎨.
What if creating complex CSS gradients was as straightforward as making memes in Photoshop?! Well, someone's been busy making just the web-tool for that, and you can save the generated code!
Ping pong tables that spring to life with AR...
Tables with some moves.
Combining their passion for ping pong and graphic design, this studio may have just made some of the best-looking ping pong tables around, and if you're not sold on the designs alone, wait till you see them in AR 👀.
Rock the Stage with a Smooth WebGL Shader Transformation on Scroll
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If you've ever wondered how to make those blobby WebGL meshes, creative developer at Codrops shares what happens when you experiment with vertex displacement on scroll. It's a hefty one, but source file's also included!
One More Thing
Experiments never looked this good.
A group of makers from Ukraine is working on something to help designers create graphic assets more quickly and intuitively, and they're sharing the hundreds of generative designs made so far, all free for personal and commercial use … and they're pretty promising.