uxdesign.cc – The UX lazy bear keeps getting more delightful!
The site has been updated with a new section, “Methods & Deliverables” which includes a bunch of tools, links and resources covering all aspects of UX design.
“I used to approach wireframes like everyone else; boxes with labels on them. They provided limited insight or vision, and clients didn’t understand them. As a result, ideas were lost, and a gap was forming in the earliest stages of the project”
Basecamp — When there is a form field error, the character on the left makes a surprising facial expression.
The top 100 Email Marketing Campaigns of 2013 – A great little reference from Campaign Monitor.
“A list of places to find the best free stock photos”. Perfect for freelance projects and use in presentations.
More resources in this list: Where the best designers go to find photos and graphics.
The Pattern Library: A project that “complies patterns shared by the most talented designers out there for you to use freely in your designs”
Seth Godin with some wise words on the importance of courage, curiosity, and iteration.
Terms of Service, Didn’t Read: a handy browser add-on to help you see exactly how many (or few) user rights that company’s snagging from you — without you sifting through pages and pages of legal jargon.
BrandColors: a neat little collection of major brand color codes. You’ll never have to search for “Ikea Yellow” or “Facebook Blue” again.
This summer, we published the first Beautiful Design collection on Google Play. Today, we’re refreshing the Beautiful Design collection with a new set of apps just in time for the holiday season! As a reminder, the goal of this collection is to highlight beautiful apps with masterfully crafted design details such as beautiful presentation of photos, crisp and meaningful layout and typography, and delightful yet intuitive gestures and transitions.
via Android Niceties