In the attention economy, we’re all fighting for our users’ attention. This post covers how to avoid dark UX patterns and practice responsible digital design. (framer.com)
BugHerd pins feedback directly to the page. It’s like using sticky notes on a website. Try BugHerd Free. (bugherd.com)
Ethan Marcotte reminds us that most design systems work is rarely flashy or sudden. Rather, it involves communication, iteration, and slow, careful research. (voxmedia.com)
Gergely Orosz’s personal take on what good code reviews look like and what great ones – better than good – are. (blog.pragmaticengineer.com)
This post is aimed at those interested to learn how Elie Steinbock and his team build full stack apps. (medium.com)
A peek behind the curtain of how the new brand look was born. (blog.mozilla.org)
Tools / Resources
A handful of useful tips to help you create the best product you can for your users. This article covers effective ways to communicate system status and how using progressive disclosure can reduce visual load. (timgale.me)
Cypress is just one end-to-end testing framework that does all that clicking work for us and that’s what this post dives into. (css-tricks.com)
Building site search for a static website isn’t easy. Here’s how you can leverage Lunr.js to create search components that are accessible, fast and extensible. (assortment.io)
Join Goodreads to serve more that 80 million of our customers and build UX for reviews, emails, tools for authors and librarians, and more! You’ll primarily be focused on the display layer but you’ll have opportunities to work full-stack (goodreads.com)
As Product Design Lead on the Mindfulness team, you’ll work in close collaboration with Product Managers, Content Creators, Engineers, UX-Researchers, and other Designers to meet the needs of Lumosity customers. (lumosity.com)
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