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Good News
Good News
A community for designers.
·news.hifolks.com·
Good News
The Era of Rebellious Web Design Is Here
The Era of Rebellious Web Design Is Here
You might remember Gawker as an aughts-era blog with all the visual hallmarks of that moment’s web design trends: bright logo, white background, infinite scroll. If you were to visit Gawker today, you might not recognize it at all. Relaunched in 2021 by BDG, the digital conglomerate that started in
·eyeondesign.aiga.org·
The Era of Rebellious Web Design Is Here
Ryhan on Twitter
Ryhan on Twitter
“Excited to (finally) release dark mode in @figma . Behind the scenes, making this happen required some significant changes to our color system. For more about how it works, @pwnies and I are giving a talk about the new system at Config! https://t.co/3VVwiEp6zX”
·twitter.com·
Ryhan on Twitter
Designing with coded components – as easy as 1-2-3
Designing with coded components – as easy as 1-2-3
Design faster and manage coded UI – all without developers' help. Use Merge Component manager to easily bring and control coded components in UXPin.
·uxpin.com·
Designing with coded components – as easy as 1-2-3
Typography is impossible
Typography is impossible
The practical guide to why laying out type never quite does what you want
·medium.engineering·
Typography is impossible
Listboxes vs. Dropdown Lists
Listboxes vs. Dropdown Lists
Listboxes and dropdowns are compact UI controls that allow users to select options. Listboxes expose options right away and support multi-selection while dropdowns require a click to see options and support only single-selection.
·nngroup.com·
Listboxes vs. Dropdown Lists
Sam Selikoff on Twitter
Sam Selikoff on Twitter
“I just rebuilt Apple Music on iOS using React and Framer Motion. This app is a treasure trove of tiny, beautiful details and I wanted to break down everything I noticed along the way. Let's get started!”
·twitter.com·
Sam Selikoff on Twitter
Line length revisited: following the research
Line length revisited: following the research
Recent eye movement research is reviewed which questions whether long line lengths do cause reading difficulties.
·designregression.com·
Line length revisited: following the research
If HTML and ARIA don’t allow it, it’s probably a bad idea
If HTML and ARIA don’t allow it, it’s probably a bad idea
I like to use invalid HTML and ARIA as a design constraint; a line I can’t step across. Sounds obvious, but in practice it’s not always that simple!
·tempertemper.net·
If HTML and ARIA don’t allow it, it’s probably a bad idea
La Patria: graphic design from Uruguay
La Patria: graphic design from Uruguay
Founded by Gabriel Benderski, La Patria is an archive of graphic design from Uruguay. Many Uruguayan logos are included.
·logodesignlove.com·
La Patria: graphic design from Uruguay
The Design System Priority of Constituencies
The Design System Priority of Constituencies
Of all the things that the W3C has published, my favorite is the priority of constituencies. That’s quite a statement given the W3C published the standards that form the foundation of the web and, by extension, my career. But the priority of constituencies has always deeply resonated with me. What happens if we apply it to design systems?
·cloudfour.com·
The Design System Priority of Constituencies
Accessible color for design systems just got easier
Accessible color for design systems just got easier
Over two years ago, we released Leonardo: the first-of-its-kind contrast ratio based color generation tool. Since then, Leonardo has…
·medium.com·
Accessible color for design systems just got easier
Design Principles
Design Principles
An Open Source collection of Design Principles and methods
·principles.design·
Design Principles