»Sometimes data is the way to go, sometimes it's your gut.« — Tobias van Schneider
welcome to your weekly UX reading list. But without further ado, on to the links I want to share with you this week:
- Another great comic by Pablo Stanley - The Brainstorm Session
- »There’s a widespread movement in design circles to reduce the contrast between text and background, making type harder to read. Apple is guilty. Google is, too. So is Twitter.« - How the Web Became Unreadable
- Daniel Shiffman's most recent Coding Challenge video is simply hilarious - Clappy Bird!
- »As VR becomes increasingly real, how do we decide what crosses the line from an annoyance to an actual assault?« - My First Virtual Reality Groping
- I've always been a big fan of Facebook's culture of Giving Back to the Design Community
- 108 million web users are color blind. Tips for designing keeping them in mind
- An enjoyable read with interesting before & after examples - Reducing Visual Noise for a Better User Experience
- Running productive design critiques
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 October 23, 2016