»The role of design is not to persuade, it's to inform.« — Milton Glaser
welcome again to this issue of »UX und Tollerei«. It's already Sunday and I have a new batch of interesting links and reads for you. Let's start off the new week with some links and great reads:
- Designing Perfect Text Field: Clarity, Accessibility and User Effort
- I just finished »Stranger Things« yesterday and besides its story and fantastic set design, I love how well Ed Benguiat's typeface was implemented into the show's intro sequence - Stranger Things: meet the design genius behind TV's most talked about title font
- Design Better Data Tables - Poor tables. Where did they go wrong?
- Making a case for letter case
- A must read on how to improve your visual design skills - How To Make Your Not-So-Great Visual Design Better
- Inside Facebook’s new “Area 404” hardware lab
- »When you’re designing something that needs to display information for a user to read or choose from, you need to make considerations for what type of information is being displayed.« And that's why you should design with real data - Designing with Data — Craft & Dummi
That's it for this week. As always, if you have any questions or suggestions you can directly tweet me @kaibrueckers. Thanks for reading and I hope you had a great weekend.
See you next week
Published on August 7, 2016