»From all these experiences the most important thing I have learned is that legibility and beauty stand close together and that type design, in its restraint, should be only felt but not perceived by the reader.« — Adrian Frutiger
welcome again to this issue of »UX und Tollerei«. As always, I have some inspirational links and noteworthy articles for you.
One final call, though: Only a few hours left to vote for me for this year's Net Awards. So, if you would like to support me, I would highly appreciate your vote!
But for now, let's start with this week's list:
- »The ultimate delight is when someone forgets your product is a 'product'« - 5 simple UX principles to guide your product design
- Notification Overload?
- A great peek into the thought process behind designing user friendly credit card forms - The anatomy of a credit card form
- Dither wisely - 1px is not enough
- How We Changed the Facebook Friends Icon
- A fascinating new approach on musical UX - How I’d Redesign Piano Sheet Music
- John Brownlee asked around and put together a list of 32 Productivity Tips From The World's Top Designers
- Google introduces Material Design Lite and makes its framework available to all
- »Life’s too short to build something nobody wants…« - Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design
That's it for this week. Thanks for reading!
See you next week
Published on Jul 12, 2015