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Jeremy Gillies
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"You can apply Photoshop-like filters or blended layers right in the browser. Which means you can use a single image file and present it in multiple ways as the user interacts with it. It also means you can have a lot of fun with a boring-old black and white photo."

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"With navigation it’s essential to find the balance between accessibility and unobtrusiveness. I feel that the Priority+ pattern provides a sense of clarity our hamburger-riddled landscape could learn from."

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"Using ex units to size and position the icon offers lots of flexibility but will likely result in blurry icons at smaller sizes. (SVGs or hi-res images on higher res displays may make this more of a moot point in the future.)

Using px units to size the icon and then using em units to adjust the position of the icon results in a more predictable situation (at least, at default browser settings for font size)."

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Software design trends we love to hate: "Too-flat, text-only "buttons" - I can see why they're attractive but we all love a good button, don't we?

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/07/the-software-design-trends-that-we-love-to-hate/

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Cards. "What is a card?". Great nomenclature for an emerging UI pattern. Features the words "paradym" and "ecosystem"

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Like a lot of good design, Guardians container model seems stunningly obvious

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Five Responsive Principles: Responsible, Polylithic, Pragmatic, Collaborative, Flexible

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"Many in the UX field have felt obstructed by development teams who insist on adopting agile methodologies and confused about why their arguments for paying closer attention to users go unheeded. It may be helpful to ask whether the presence of UX designers and researchers on the team contributes to rolling back some of the hard-earned job protections that software developers have won, and to find new ways of talking about and practicing our craft that highlight the benefits to them."
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