A weekly selection of design links, brought to you by your friends at the UX Collective.
All them A/B tests that never happened →
When A/B tests become less about user validation and more about having a escape hatch for lack of product vision.
- UI Learnability →
How to measure learnability of a user interface.
- No Dropdowns →
The issue with dropdowns & what to use instead.
- Accessible Buttons →
Building icon buttons with masks and SVG.
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Stories from the community
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- A case against “pixel perfect” design →
By Chuánqí Sun
- Designing with memory in mind →
By Dale Owen
- AI is the UX (is it, though?) →
By Chris Noessel
- A deep dive into the Surface Duo’s virtual keyboard →
By Christian Cantrell
- Getting the right feedback, and managing priorities →
By Shu Jiang
- 6 tactics to maximize UX research in Agile →
By Kuppy T.
- A mini-guide to font combinations →
By Cameron Chapman
News & ideas
- Figma Community →
Publish live design files that anyone in the world.
- Earth Overview →
Imagery on how human activity shapes our Earth.
- One-Page Dungeon →
Programmatically-generated RPG maps.
- Age of Nonsense →
Living fully? That’s pseudo-profound nonsense.
Tools & resources
- Awesome Plugins →
Best plugins for Sketch, XD, Figma, in one place.
- Human Words →
Plain language words for sounding more human.
- Sketch Styler →
Auto assign styles to all of your un-styled layers.
- Usability Posters →
Usability heuristics in free posters for your office.
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