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The Laws of UX

A very neat collection of (web) design principles , such as "Jacob's Law": "Users spend most of their time on other sites. This means that users prefer your site to work the same way as all the other sites they already know." Laws of UX is a collection of the key maxims that designers must…

Matthias Ott: Saving your web workflows with prototyping

Oh, Matthias did it again: Publishing one of his thorough articles on the challenges of designing/working with "the web". It is again one of those articles that I'd wished to have written myself, because it echoes my thoughts (and my frustration) about the unfitting ways I am forced to work in when I'm doing client…

Learnui.design: The HSB Color System: A Practicioner's Primer

We’re going to cover what H, S, and B are, and then I’m going to tell you about why this is the single-best color system in wide usage, plus some intricacies of using it in day-to-day digital design. learnui.design

CSS Grid Support - Edge now has it, too

Yes! I cannot think of another new spec that has landed in all major browsers in under one year. Over at A List Apart is a very interesting article on the history of the CSS Grid and by whom and how it was made possible. On October 17th, Microsoft’s Edge browser shipped its implementation of…

Where Does The Design Agency Go From Here? - Paul Woods/Edo van Dijk

(…) Design is no longer just about design. Design doesn’t mean making visual solutions. Digital doesn’t mean being a web monkey, producing only websites and apps. Such developments as the rise of artificial intelligence, screenless design and accessibility to great website-building tools like Squarespace mean that the agency that interprets digital design as “making websites…

Breaking Out Of The Tetris Mindset - Christian Heilmann @ Beyond Tellerrand Conference, Düsseldorf 2017

Tetronimos by Christian Heilmann

The Beyond Tellerrand Conference keynote by Christian Heilmann resonates with me, much. I'd never thought being seen as a 'conservative blocker on the right', but obviously, when it comes to the foundational layers of building stuff for the web, I find myself more on the right side of Chris' block chain (although the 'square' would…

The Secret Life of Comedy - Espen Brunborg @ Beyond Tellerrand Conference, Düsseldorf 2017

CSS Grid Support - Hello Opera

Well, to be honest, I hadn't Opera on my watch list, so it slipped my attention for a while. But, Opera, too, already has CSS-grid support. :-)

CSS Grid Support - Safari now haz it, as well

Ja tschakka! Anfang des Monats Firefox, sehr kurz darauf Chrome, dann Opera, jetzt Safari -- es tut sich mächtig was in Sachen CSS-Grid. Nachtrag: Das Update auf iOS 10.3 hat dem dem dortigen Safari ebenfalls CSS-Grid beigebracht:

Poster Rock – Malleus Rock Art Lab

Gestern hatte ich die Ehre und Gelegenheit, mit unserer Basssport-Gruppe in einer Galerie aufzubassen. Die Untergrund-Galerie in Neu-Isenburg hat eine Ausstellung zu "Icons Of Our Pop Culture", und neben Fotos von diversen Musikern, zu denen ich Affinität verspüre, gab es auch Grafik und Drucke diverser Machart... aber für mich noch interessanter, in einer Ecke waren…

CSS Grid Support - Chrome now haz it, too

Uh baby. Nur einen Tag nachdem Firefox einen in Sachen CSS-Grid Support vorlegte: Chrome konnte das natürlich nicht auf sich sitzen lassen, und so ist heute der CSS-Grid-Support im neuen Chrome 57 gelandet. Grid it while it's hot. :-) Yescss!

CSS Grid Support - Firefox haz it

Das wohl spannendste derneueheissescheiss Feature für moderne Weblayouts ist gestern einen Schritt näher an die normalen Webnutzer rangerückt: Firefox unterstützt in der nun aktuellen Version 52.0 CSS-Grids! Und Chrome wird das auch noch im März hinter dem "Experimental" Flag hervorholen. Darauf warte ich schon seit über einem Jahr, denn CSS-Grids machen so viele Problemchen, mit…