»Float like a butterfly sting like a bee.« — Muhammad Ali
welcome again to this issue of »UX und Tollerei«.
I'm currently working on a huge update for this little, weekly reading list, so stay updated for that and be sure to follow @uxundtollerei as I'll put up a poll in the next few days to get your feedback on some feature ideas. Especially this week I have some quite lengthy in-depth articles for you, so take your time and happy reading:
- Random A11y Color Palettes - Generates random color palettes that are a11y compliant
- Ben Shaffer: Innovation Means Building a Safe Space for Failure
- An insightful & super interesting interview with Kirill Grouchnikov about the crazy world of fantasy user interfaces - A Conversation About Fantasy User Interfaces
- Another must-read by Julie Zhuo - Building Products
- »Eight weights of “West Coast Swiss,” designed for the screen.« - The (pay-what-you-want) Tofino typeface
- Need to refresh your typography terminology? Type Terms
- A thought-provoking essay on icons by the folks of iA
- Marc Andrew shares his initial thoughts on InVision's Prototype Beta - Want to Prototype in Sketch? Craft has got your back
- Finally you can share palettes with your teammates - Sketch Palettes
- »[...] design is a permutationally unbounded space, with a finite range of acceptable options.« Super smart thinking about Declarative Design Tools. Be sure to check out the prototype!
- Mobile UX Design: The Right Ways to Ask Users for Permissions
That's it for this week. I hope you have as much fun reading this weekly round-up as I have preparing it.
See you next week
Published on June 5, 2016