ping @luxembourgjs@twitter.com feel free to send the link to the participants of Wednesday ;)

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🔥 I updated the transcript of my talk "Enhancing User Experience With CSS Animations" with 2 new sections:
- SVG + CSS animations / transitions = ❤
- Communicating & documenting motion with devs
Plus a few extra nice demo. Enjoy!
stephaniewalter.design/blog/en stephaniewalter.design/blog/en


Colorism in High Fashion: a look at 19 years of Vogue covers to find out how they represent women of all shades

pudding.cool/2019/04/vogue/


In case you missed it, I just wanted to remind you that @Una@twitter.com gave this amazing talk with demos about "Ten modern layouts in one line of CSS". I also like how she called the "header + main + footer" the "Pancake Stack", accurate and yummy!
web.dev/one-line-layouts/


Some SVG template to print, fold and glue cardboard boxes, envelops and other little objects like stars and polygons. This can be useful for your DIY Xmas gifts

templatemaker.nl/en/

I love all your fleets, it's a free wild world of food, cute animals and fun things without adds. I hope we can keep it that way

This is not gonna help build a more diverse community. This is dragging us all down.
So please, let's try to do better as a community, provide sources for inspiration and when possible, credit ALL the people where credit is due. 5/

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You are all like "please recommend me awesome women in tech I should follow on twitter" (which also raises different issues I won't develop here) But what good does this do, if all do is follow them and rip of their ideas, their content to post it as your own. 4/

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I saw this happen not to one, but to TWO women I deeply admire in tech yesterday. (hence the rant, and no, I won't publicly shame those guys it's not worth it)
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It shows you are able to document yourself and find reliable sources, aka that your work is built upon other people's quality work.
I see this happen to a lot to under-represented groups of people in tech (non-binary, women, BIPOC, queer, disabled people, the list is long). 2/

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If you use someone's book/article/work to create your own content, why don't you credit them as inspiration or reference their work as resource? I promise this will not cancel all the hard work you put into your own article/demo/tutorial, it actually does the opposite 1/


" Why it's good for users that HTML, CSS and JS are separate languages " a really elegant explanation by Hidde de Vries around user needs and accessibility. And a good reminder that something things are like they are for a reason

hiddedevries.nl/en/blog/2020-1

I feel like I have the same relationship with Sketch that I had with Photoshop 5y ago and don't like it. I get frustrated because it lags and crashes, I am affraid to update because it might break my plugins. I still like the tool, just, meh.
Is it getting better on Big Sur?

I followed @LaLuneMauve@twitter.com's advice and ordered "Hellebore #3 - The Malefice Issue", I will enjoy this tomorrow with some nice tea ❤️
I love beautiful typography, amazing illustrations on top of great content

Ooh, my company Maltem is taking really good care of me, look at what arrived today 🙏❤️

I will try to open one per day but I can't promise I will not cheat 😊

I wanted to remind you that Morgane Peng wrote this great article (and talk): "How to Deal with People Who Don’t “Get” Design — Design and Strategy"

uxdesign.cc/how-to-deal-with-p

📚 I get asked a lot for book recommendations to become a designer so I put them all in one place (and update it when I get time): Selected Books on Design, User eXperience, Mobile, Accessibility & more
stephaniewalter.design/blog/bi


Discover the amazing work of Aistė Stancikaitė who loves using single colors. I'm just impressed by the levels of details here!

stancikaite.com/about

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