It is not always easy to collect all of your users’ needs, especially when you are not necessarily familiar with the context of use or the field in which they work. That’s why we created this downloadable and printable canvas to help you collect needs.
When you need to work on interfaces, color contrast is a real thing you have to take into account to make it accessible. You have the right to be afraid of losing part of the aesthetics of your beautifully well designed interface, and you are right if you are used to poor contrast ratio. Accessibility comes with its constraint, but not much more than UX (User Experience) Design.
Long time no see. This selection offers a lot of Design resources to help you build ideation session, test interface during user testing sessions or exploit your user biaises to build better products. Alongside those resources, development tools, articles and tutorial will help you with new CSS and JS stuff. Also, I need you help at the end of the article :p
ol elements. This time, let’s dive into
defaultValue in JS.
Flexbox.ninja is a project I started a few years ago and that I had never taken the time to finish and publish. I wanted to propose at least 6 common use cases, but the web people suggested that I publish it with 3 cases and open it to contributions. That’s done, now let’s look at it in more detail.
For more than one year now, UX and UI have occupied a major part of my daily work-life. My background as front-end developer has been used almost exclusively to communicate my recommendations for micro-interaction, and to increase the skills of some of the teams. A little retrospective with this list of tools that I’ve used for some of those or that I discovered during my research for the others.
In the past, I worked on several projects looking for a way to deal with custom styles proposed by some good designers to change the aspect like border color, check icon, animation, of form controls like checkbox, radio, file input, etc. As you may know, these elements are historically not style-able for accessibility reasons. (as I’ve heard). Still. I have a way to code custom accessible checkboxes and radio buttons for all devices. Ready?
The Vintage Washed effect is actually fashionable. The “users” of this effect are looking for an old aspect, they want to give to their photographies a kind of history by giving them an aged appearance, some people talks about an “authentic” appearance. Let see how to reproduce that effect with CSS.