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Privacy UX: Better Cookie Consent Experiences

by Vitaly Friedman

This series of articles is about privacy-related design patterns. We’ll be exploring some of the respectful ways to approach privacy and data collection, and how to deal with those notorious cookie consent prompts, intrusive push notifications, …

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A channel where seasoned developers show how they design, build, work and play. Coming up next: Progressive Web Applications For Production In 1-2-3 (Part 2) with Maxim Salnikov (Apr 23).

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SmashingConf Toronto 2019

Improving accessibility and front-end workflow, refactoring, security, interface design patterns, CSS Grid techniques, performance, Git and how to write better JavaScript.

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Veerle Pieters is a graphic and web designer living in Belgium. As one of the two creative minds behind the studio Duoh!, she brings design and coding projects to life for both big and small clients. Veerle shares tutorials and valuable insights into her design process, as well as curated graphics to refuel your inspiration on her blog. Thank you for sharing and caring, dear Veerle!

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