»Design is a behaviour, not a department.« — Anon (from Heydon Pickering's talk at this year's SmartWeb Conference)
welcome to your weekly UX reading list, now already in its 39th edition. But without further ado, on to the links I want to share with you this week:
- The Secret of the Apple’s New San Francisco Fonts
- »It’s possible to follow a few simple principles to make every bit of content an easy read.« - Typography tips for a more comfortable read
- Interesting insights into feedly's design process - The art of iterating quickly
- How to display threaded discussions on the web
- Design at Facebook - Uncovering the challenges behind building a product at scale
- »No more 'hand cursor transparent png actual size' Google search needed!« - Cursorio
- Privacy is UX
- Some interesting ideas on how to prevent texting while driving - Shift – the End of Texting While Driving?
- And the rebranding goes on - Meet the new Opera brand identity
- »While others are complaining, you just created something out of nothing — You are one step ahead.« - Doing It Wrong
- Gemma Church explains why designers and copywriters need to work together - Why words are a design issue
That's it for this week. Thanks for reading!
See you next week
Published on Sep 27, 2015