Here’s the top articles and tools we saw since Christmas day! Happy new year 🎉
7 recommended reads from our publication and beyond
Alan Sien Wei Hshieh tells us how text in UIs should be concise and clear by giving us general tips for writing good dialogs.
Why is the golden ratio perceived to be aesthetically pleasing? Pratik Hegde breaks it down to see why the golden ratio should it be of importance to designers.
Eleftheria started #100DaysOfCode on the 31-December-2016 and finished on 9-April-2017. In this article, she shares what the challenge taught her.
Whitney Blankenship tells us why she’ll leave your site if she can’t find what she’s looking for in under 30 seconds – and what you can do about it.
Omar Bahareth brings to light some usability issues that many users face when typing in Arabic, and hopes to drive developers and font creators to fix them.
Tubik Studio have gathered a collection of trends that won a big place in web and mobile interface design in 2017.
Kritika Gulati tells us why UX is a skill, not a talent. She explains how it can be learned just like any other skill – all it takes is the will.
7 tools and guides this week
Boaz Lederer looks at prototyping tools from a business point of view in order to see what can we learn from each tool.
Fredo Tan gives us a curated list of prototypes embracing advanced interactions made with ProtoPie.
Framer list some power features and shortcuts from their new design tool that will 10x your workflow.
Patches is a visual programming editor for building WebVR and WebGL experiences
Bootstrap.build is a web app for generating Bootstrap themes and exporting them to SASS.
Based on Font Awesome, TW Fonts brings you even more free icons for your projects.
UTech is a set of curated screens, layouts and styles serving many start-up niches out of the box.
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