UX Design Weekly Digest: Issue #10
Oct 4-Oct 11
Latest news from UX design world:
Jeff Gotthelf updated the Lean UX canvas to make it more relevant for today.
Hiroo Aoyama discusses the importance of taking time to reflect as a soon-to-be recent grad.
Susanna Zaraysky discusses why it’s important to design clear interactions instead of clever ones.
Adding a dark mode is basically adding a theme. The principles are the same for adding a light mode to a dark website or alternative styling based on user-defined variables, the time of year or holidays. In this post, Koos Looijesteijn goes step by step into the details of how I did it and what I learned.
Teresa Man shares practical tips on how to design dark themes that are readable, balanced, and delightful.
New prototyping features that will open the door to new transition possibilities in Figma. They’ll help bring more of your interaction design ideas to life.
The original version of this guide has helped thousands of designers get started with React and ES6. In this latest edition, Framer Team added content and reformatted into three skimmable chapters that take you through the theory, syntax, and tools of the trade.
A guide that teaches professional developers how to transform component libraries into design systems and set up the production infrastructure used by leading frontend teams.
Designing a negative space logo isn’t exactly the easiest task, but there are a few tried and true ways designers like to implement negative space into their logo designs. In this post, Renee Fleck shares three of these different methods.
In this guide, Elliot Dahl walks through the basics of defining spatial base units, creating relationship rules with grids, and bringing it all together for modern UI layouts.
Checkboxes require vertical stacking, but toggle tokens allow for both vertical and horizontal stacking. This creates a compact arrangement that looks less intimidating to users.
A resource to find and share frameworks for design research, synthesis, and ideation.
“So, you want to join the league of evil designers? Come in, sit down. Is the chair uncomfortable? Good. Let’s go through your application.” Funny and very relevant summary of the product design industry by Linnéa Strid
Michael Margolis shares a collection of resources that will help you quickly find everything you need to learn more faster about your customers, your ideas, and your designs.