UX links roundup
Design for the unexpected, stop using red and green together, plan your UX roadmap, create HTML & CSS from Figma and view a site that changes when you blink.
Designing for the unexpected – Your company’s survival is tied to the ability of the products it makes to work in situations you haven’t imagined, and on devices that don’t yet exist.
From a colourblind designer to the world: please stop using red and green together – How to avoid causing problems for colourblind people.
How will long-Covid change the UX accessibility landscape? – Long Covid is going to affect millions of people around the world. What do we need to do as designers to cater for them?
UX roadmaps 101 – A roadmap is a strategic plan for future user-experience work and user problems to be solved immediately vs. next vs. in the far future.
Comparing design mockups to code result - Tips and tricks for creating pixel-perfect HTML and CSS from designs.
Quest – Figma-to-HTML plugin. Create websites directly from designs without having to code.
Open source alternatives – 200+ alternatives to commercial products.
Realless – A website that uses machine learning to change every time you blink.
Designing 2D graphics in the Japanese industry – Fascinating article on how video game graphics were created in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Connoisseur CAPTCHA – Can you tell the difference between art that costs more than £2000 or less than £20?