Nice, new, roomy and responsive design for DDG.
Links to a slew of Style Guides for your reading pleasure.
One of my favorite Style Guides from my friends at Atlassian.
A terrific article that really gets at the heart of how UX’ers can use the Lean process.
Some well explained details about vertically spacing your type in CSS.
The First Time UX blog reviews the sign up flows of many apps. It’s super helpful to have all of these screenshots and notes in one place.
And here are some tips for designing your app’s first time UX:
Great video on Brunelleschi and how he invented a way to build the Dome in Florence. A true man of ingenuity. This is a much watch for fans of engineering or design.
A brief film about font making with Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones. Sadly, it appears as though these two will no longer be working together.
Good reading list if you have the spirit.
Very helpful site if you are working in CSS, HTML, etc. It will identify which browsers support the CSS feature you want to use.
I really enjoyed this series of posts on running design sprints.
I just received my Reverbb business cards from 4by6.
I can’t remember ever using a range slider in my designs, but this beautiful widget makes me want to.
Including their Transition Guide, Human Interface Guidelines and UI Catalog.
Looks like the information design of food labels is going to be improved. This appears much easier to read, in my opinion. However, I would love to see ingredients brought into this panel, rather than be on the other side of the box.
And now we enter the era of TV apps: The First Wave of New Chromecast Apps Is Here
This is a great resource for designers, especially if you are working in Bootstrap. A complete cheat sheet list of Font Awesome vector icons with Unicodes.
Pick up the OTF here.
I am a heavy Omnigraffle user, so I also love having the Font Awesome Omnigraffle Stencil from Pat Cheung.
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