Due to conversations about processes, this week I have included several articles on UX process, and how to write User Stories. These articles go hand in hand with slowing down the design process! As well as these goodies, there is a great website example, an article on web performance ethics, and more in this weeks design and development inspiration rundown!
Website to sell office furniture. Sleek, minimum. To the point.
Designer Resources, Examples and Inspiration
A dashboard UI kit with robust design system. A great example of a fully fledged UI.
What is Your UX Process?
A lot of talk at the moment about proper web process. Here is a flow that works.
The Case for Slowing Down the Design Process
It seems like rushing around in an effort to finish off projects is part of being a designer. The faster it get done, the faster we (hopefully) get paid for our efforts. What about slowing down? Maybe we could get more money?
Development Snippets, Samples, and Articles
Static Site Boilerplate
A better workflow for building modern static websites. Automated build processes, a local development server, production minification and optimizations, and the latest standards for static websites.
The Ethics of Web Performance
Poor performance can, and does, lead to exclusion. This point is extremely well documented by now, but warrants repeating. Sites that use an excess of resources, whether on the network or on the device, don’t just cause slow experiences, but can leave entire groups of people out
An all in one visual review platform. A massive time saver! Automated and everything…
A bit of everything
Writing Copy for Landing Page
Stripe talks through how to write landing page copy that delights visitors and converts customers.
Interactive presentations for remote audiences.
Practical Tips for User Journey Mapping
The User Journey Map is a fundamental part of every product or service design process. This article covers practical guides that will help you get the most from experience mapping.