This week is a little more focused on UI design and development. And god damn they are pretty. Its all about those micro-interactions. On top of this, there are articles on Just In Time Design (it rhymes right!) and User Empowerment. Plus so much more! Enjoy this weeks design and development inspiration rundown!
A digital agency that has been building websites and apps since 2009. Considering they have been doing it this long, I would have hoped the site would load slightly faster. However, it looks really good on desktop!
Designer Resources, Examples and Inspiration
Another design and dev article curator. But this one is so much nicer. Build on Webflow, the auther only adds 5 pieces of content a day. Each from a different sector. Well worth a look.
UI UX Interaction Design Week 16
A collection of UI and UX interfaces. Some great examples of websites done right.
Building Your Colour Palette
An article on how to build a website colour palette. Well written, helps get the job done.
User Empowerment Through Design
It’s not just about creating stunning visuals anymore, users are seeking whole experiences that make them feel more powerful and complete.
The UX of Registration and Login
Two of the biggest barriers to entry. Registration and Login. If not designed right can lose a lot of users.
A collection of hand picked mobile design patterns that reflect the best in design. A definite bookmark.
Gestalt-Driven UX: The Patterns That Drive Our World
Gestaltism is a holistic philosophy that studies how humans recognize patterns and simplify complex, disparate information.
Development Snippets, Samples, and Articles
Feather is a collection of simply beautiful open source icons. Each icon is designed on a 24×24 grid with an emphasis on simplicity, consistency and readability. Only loads the ones you need.
A bit of everything
Just In Time Design
Continuously delivering small iterations based on the team’s needs can transform the product development process. This approach shifts the focus away from highly-produced, out-of-date, difficult-to-maintain design, opening up the process to tighter collaboration and a higher standard of quality.
No I Don’t Want To Take Your Survey
In our industry surveys help with understanding the end user. The issue is how companies go about getting the information. Sometimes a survey on a website that interupts the user experience just isn’t the best way!
Very few projects end up with exceptional results. HolaBrief makes it easy to ask all the right questions and nail your design brief every time. Built by designers, for designers.