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It’s not just micro-moment design problems that can cause trouble. Macro design issues can result in massive UX problems, too. Let’s take a closer look at how to avoid such failures and why they are critical to the UX success of any product.
Feature Policy can help protect your site from third parties using APIs that have security and privacy implications, and also from your own team adding outdated APIs or poorly optimized images. Find out how.
Building real-time applications is hard. However, GraphQL is rapidly upending this status-quo. Let’s explore what GraphQL is, and then take it for a spin by building a poll app.
WordPress has a brand new content editor called “Gutenberg” that is going to shape WordPress for years to come. In this article, Andy Bell explains why it’s a movement and not just a new editor.
There’s no need to master new design techniques in 2019; most of what was on trend this year is going to stay on trend next year. Instead, think about ways in which you can set a better standard for mobile-first design.
Better estimates and pricing, applying psychology to UX, design workflow, refactoring, moving to a static site setup, CSS Grid techniques, performance and deployment patterns for HTTP/2.Explore all speakers and topics →
Some praise utility-first CSS, others are very critical about such practice. Sarah Dayan used to be in the later group but radically revised her judgment.
If you need illustrations of people, Pablo Stanley’s Humaaans is for you. The design library lets you mix and match clothes, hairdos, and positions to create truly unique characters.
For Laws of UX Jon Yablonski summarized the key maxims and principles that designers can consider when building user interfaces. From the Aesthetic Usability Effect to the Zeigarnik Effect.
Live coding on stage can be scary and no one ever talks about it. Uri Shaked does, sharing valuable tips that help to minimize risks and set expectations right.
Ana Tudor looks into the way CSS variables can be used to make code for complex interactions and layouts less difficult to write and easier to maintain.