UX Lift roundup – the best UX and design links from the last few weeks
How to better prioritise roadmaps, write better links, make mobile keyboards more usable, design mobile apps directly on your device and get nostalgic for working from home.
5 prioritisation methods in UX roadmapping – Managing the outcomes of roadmapping workshops can be daunting. Here are some great ways to prioritise.
The problem with “click here” and “learn more” links – To learn how to write better hyperlinks, click here. Oh drat.
Can a robot do a designer’s job? – Spoiler alert: probably not, but if they start being able to write newsletters I’m in trouble.
Enterkeyhint – Very handy HTML attribute for changing the action button text on mobile keyboards to make them more usable.
Creating design systems with Figma Tokens – A guide on how to build design systems that scale easily and sync with GitHub, with the help of a plugin called Figma Tokens.
Create with Play – The first native iOS design tool built for creating mobile products. Still in private beta, but looks absolutely game-changing for mobile app design.
Tweetshelf – Browse content recommendations from your Twitter friends.
Chrome user flow recordings – Chrome has a new feature to record user flows directly in the browser. Great for in-person usability testing.
Rock stacking simulator – Calming.
Homesick sounds – Back in the office and missing WFH? Play the sounds of home, from crying babies to woofing dogs and much more besides.