cssnext
What is cssnext ?

This is a CSS transpiler that allows you to use tomorrow's CSS syntax today. It transforms CSS specs that are not yet implemented in popular browsers into more compatible CSS.
css 
2 days ago
Review Monitor — LaunchKit
"The best way to track App Store reviews using Slack & email"
ios  appstore  slack 
5 days ago
UX Myths
UX Myths collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they don't hold true. And you don't have to take our word for it, we'll show you a lot of research findings and articles by design and usability gurus.
userresearch  ux 
6 days ago
Daux.io — Getting Started
Daux.io is an documentation generator that uses a simple folder structure and Markdown files to create custom documentation on the fly. It helps you create great looking documentation in a developer friendly way.
styleguide 
10 days ago
Look and Feel and Feel
"The Twitter vs. Instagram experience is really reinforcing what matters when designing a product. What kind of behavior can we encourage? What kind of moments can we create for people? What do people anticipate before they use something? How does it leave them feeling when they’re done?"
ux  instagram  product  twitter  37signals 
10 days ago
KrauseFx/deliver
deliver can upload ipa files, app screenshots and more to the iTunes Connect backend, which means, you can deploy new iPhone app updates using the command line.
xcode  appstore  ios 
15 days ago
KrauseFx/snapshot
You have an iPhone app. You support 20 languages. You updated the design. You want to release the update to the App Store. What's missing?

This gem solves all those problems. It will run completely in the background - you can do something else, while your computer takes the screenshots for you.
xcode  appstore  ios 
15 days ago
shinydevelopment/SimulatorStatusMagic
Modify the iOS Simulator so that it has a perfect status bar, then run your app and take perfect screenshots every time.
ios  xcode 
15 days ago
philipamour/origami-uitabbar
Responsive iOS UITabBar Template for the prototyping tool Origami (by Facebook)
origami  ios  iphone  mobile 
4 weeks ago
Text Palette · Type once / Use anywhere
Text Palette is a simple online depot for all those things you find yourself typing over and over again. Save your texts into the app and reuse as necessary. You can even use texts within other texts, like mixing paints on a palette.
writing  tools 
5 weeks ago
Font-To-Width
"Font‑To‑Width (FTW!) is a script by Nick Sherman and Chris Lewis that takes advantage of large type families to fit pieces of text snugly within their containers. Unlike other text-fitting tools like FitText.js, Font‑To‑Width does not scale the font-size (at least not by default). Instead, it chooses a width or weight variant according to what fits best, and then allows for letter- and word-spacing adjustments as needed."
javascript  typography  webdesign 
6 weeks ago
Kano - Make a Computer
Kano is a DIY "computer kit designed to help people of all ages assemble a computer from scratch, and learn basic coding skills."
computers  education  children  tech 
6 weeks ago
Design Kit
Human-centered design is a practical, repeatable approach to arriving at innovative solutions. Think of these Methods as a step-by-step guide to unleashing your creativity, putting the people you serve at the center of your design process to come up with new answers to difficult problems.
HCD  resources  exercises  research  ux  testing  design  process  ideo  startups 
6 weeks ago
IDEO.org | Home
IDEO.org is a nonprofit design organization that works to empower the poor. We believe that by understanding and working alongside those in the greatest need, we can design solutions that create prosperity. Partnering with nonprofits, social enterprises, and foundations, IDEO.org practices human-centered design to solve some of the world’s most difficult problems.
design  nonprofit 
6 weeks ago
The Web’s Grain by Frank Chimero
“The web is forcing our hands. And this is fine! Many sites will share design solutions, because we’re using the same materials. The consistencies establish best practices; they are proof of design patterns that play off of the needs of a common medium, and not evidence of a visual monoculture.”

“Simply put, the edgelessness of the web tears down the constructed edges in the company. Everything is so interconnected that nobody has a clear domain of work any longer—the walls are gone, so we’re left to learn how to collaborate in the spaces where things connect.”

“Clearly, convergence and simplicity make for poor goals. Instead, we must aim for clarity. You can’t contain or reduce the torrent of technology, but you can channel it in a positive direction through proper framing and clear articulation.”
webdesign  web  tech  art  painting  photography  frankchimero 
6 weeks ago
Electric Objects - A Computer Made for Art
Electric Objects brings the beauty of the Internet into your home.
art  kickstarter  digital  home 
7 weeks ago
Flickity
Touch, responsive, flickable galleries
carousel  gallery  javascript  RWD 
7 weeks ago
Design Thinking for Libraries
Design Thinking for Libraries is an approach to improving your library through creative problem solving.
design  libraries  reading  process 
8 weeks ago
Shark Arm case - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Shark Arm case refers to a series of incidents that began in Sydney, Australia on 25 April 1935 when a human arm was regurgitated by a captive 3.5-metre tiger shark. The tiger shark had been caught 3 kilometres from the beach suburb of Coogee in mid-April and transferred to the Coogee Aquarium Baths, where it was put on public display. Within a week the fish became ill and vomited in front of a small crowd, leaving the left forearm of a man bearing a distinctive tattoo floating in the pool. Before it was captured, the tiger shark had devoured a smaller shark. It was this smaller shark that had originally swallowed the human arm.
sharks  australia 
8 weeks ago
mattgemmell/Jekyll-Multipage
It's a Jekyll generator plugin that splits posts across multiple pages, with extensive configuration options.
jekyll 
8 weeks ago
MySQL Compare
MySQL Compare, lets you compare two DB structures and see differences between them.
mysql  development  diffing  databases 
8 weeks ago
Your Reading List | Zinio
Issue of Rhythm with details of 10 famous drum sounds, including When The Levee Breaks, No One Knows etc.
music  drums 
8 weeks ago
hagenburger/livingstyleguide
Easily create front-end style guides with Markdown and Sass/SCSS
styleguide 
9 weeks ago
grunt-pattern-lab-component-builder
Automatically Create Pattern Lab Components
styleguide 
9 weeks ago
CSS Guidelines (2.2.2) – High-level advice and guidelines for writing sane, manageable, scalable CSS
/**
* Runs the risk of becoming out of date; not very maintainable.
*/
.blue {
color: blue;
}

/**
* Depends on location in order to be rendered properly.
*/
.header span {
color: blue;
}

/**
* Too specific; limits our ability to reuse.
*/
.header-color {
color: blue;
}

/**
* Nicely abstracted, very portable, doesn’t risk becoming out of date.
*/
.highlight-color {
color: blue;
}
css  styleguide 
9 weeks ago
Is DevOps Driving the Future of UX Design? | WIRED
“…the rapidly evolving landscape of software delivery is influencing the current user experience design practices…”

“Market imperatives are compelling us to increase the velocity of designing the user experience for complex software in step with Agile, which is now evolving into Continuous Delivery practices. We designers have to not only adapt, but evolve proactively to continue leading with creative decisions and transform the “power struggle” into the “power of collaboration,” the same way development and operation teams are achieving this in the DevOps culture.”

“Insightfully orchestrating whom to bring into the design process, when and for how long, is the new skill for making the best design decisions at the accelerated pace of software releases.”

“In addition to empathy, there is another state of mind to keenly develop as designers: situational awareness. First, we need to be aware that we are immersed in the transformative process of how software gets into the hands of users, which is in alignment with the user’s specific needs. We need to have awareness of the speed at which the competitiveness of the market requires responsive improvement to be delivered continuously.

We need to have the awareness to go deeper into understanding the connections between the product and its users. And, we need to have awareness of engineering team dynamics. Engineers in both development and operations teams evolved into collaborating more efficiently by first becoming more aware of their respective needs and objectives. The very same applies to designers and product managers, as their circles of influence are intersecting more and more in determining direction and improvements.”

“When product management, marketing, engineering, and designers operate within the myopia of a task-driven approach, the intent to make design a competitive edge becomes elusive. To achieve design at a differentiating level against competitors, the path to follow is paved with the same principles as in DevOps: collaboration, awareness, and alignment of objectives.”

“When clear design objectives are articulated into values and characteristics of the product then all teams who collaborate around design have mindshare. Discussions cut incisively to the core of design challenges and get solved much faster without the drag of a struggle.”

“Veterans of the software industry witnessed how Agile transformed the way they think; DevOps the way they collaborate; and now with the teaming of product development and designers, the way they define their software.”
design  ux  product  process  development  agile  devops  collaboration 
9 weeks ago
Teach music better.
Forget paper. Forget PDFs. Give your students sheet music that sings. Introducing Soundslice For Teachers.
music  teaching  guitar  tabs  tech 
10 weeks ago
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