UX Lift links roundup – the best UX and design links from the last few weeks
Why you should design less, how to build better roadmaps, why leaving things unfinished is good, run Linux on your iPad and make chiptunes in your browser.
Responsive grid design: ultimate guide – How to design and build fully responsive grid layouts.
3 types of roadmaps in UX and product design – Understanding the different types of roadmap and how they can help communicate your vision.
How to set up design principles with your team (remotely)? – Co-creating design principles when you can’t all be in the same room.
Designing the smallest possible thing – Design less, not faster.
Mastering agile UX part 1: managing your work – Tips for working effectively as a UX designer in an agile process. Part 2 is good as well.
The power of unfinished – How leaving things unfinished can help us get more done, improve our designs and
UX Stash – A hand-picked glossary of UX theories, tools, and principles.
Kickass UX – All the basics of UX and UI in one place.
Figurative – Free native iPad app for Figma, with Pencil, pointer, keyboard and gesture support.
Layoutit – CSS grid playground.
iSH – Full Linux shell on iOS, get it before Apple takes it down. Again.
Tixy – Minimalist creative coding environment – create cool graphics with 32 characters of code or less.
Raspberry Pi 400 – Complete computer built into a keyboard, from £67.
BeepBox – Web-based chiptune tracker. Share your songs with just a URL.
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