Not only is this post full of awesome content the amount of effort dedicated to creating it is next level. A mixture of writing, UX and humanity. Who said blogs were boring? (typeform.com)
A great look into Intercom’s design process. A company that sure is one of the leaders in this space at the moment. (blog.intercom.com)
GraphQL is a new way to consume and build APIs, enabling tight integrations not possible with REST APIs. In this post, Derek Haynes explains the core concepts using GitHub’s GraphQL API. (blog.codeship.com)
Donovan Hutchinson (aka Mr Animation) shares a great tutorial on creating a hero header with some nice animations. He also experiments with some timing functions, animation choreography and tips for creating reusable keyframes. (cssanimation.rocks)
Tools / Resources
A massive release of features for Calibre this week. Emulate devices, adjust connection speed and test your apps under real world conditions. (building.calibreapp.com)
.design domains were just released and some of the best ones are still available. Normally cost $35 but Web Design Weekly readers get them now for only $5. (we.design)
The official front-end framework for building experiences that fit seamlessly into Office and Office 365. (dev.office.com)
Share button component with web-share api and fallback modal with native intent urls. (github.com)
Accessibility engine for automated Web UI testing. (github.com)
As a product designer, you’ll work closely with product managers, marketers and engineers across a range of projects, and you’ll play a key part in creating our products, websites and marketing assets. (pusher.com)
Bytion is seeking a Front-End Web Developer who is motivated to combine the art of design with the art of programming. (bytion.io)
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