Today's roundup is a mashup of the latest articles about UX and coding plus there's some great web designer freebies and resources. It's a wholesome mix of watercooler talk and essential reading.
First up we've got three fresh UX articles including TNW's look at 'Misleading interface design' followed by an interesting piece from Smashing Magazine called 'How to design interaction'. Then for something different, take a look at William Shatner's interesting user review of a new celebrity Facebook app via Mashable.
Next we've got 18 surprises found in jQuery from Quickleft, bizarre programming languages via Hongkiat and a nice piece on BEM Methodology for small projects, again via Smashing Magazine.
Freebies include an excellent one-page template and hipster badges thanks to Codrops with Flypixel providing some groovy backgrounds, an iPhone 5 gold psd download and some handy real estate icons to add to your kit.
If you're still hungry after all that then why not chow down on three new resources such as a free high resolution stock library named Raumrot, a free HD stock video site called Mazwai and Social Good Ipsum, the newest dummy text generator that has good intentions.
- TNW: Is your interface design misleading?
- Smashing Magazine: How Do You Design Interaction?
- Mashable: William Shatner Slams Facebook App Designed for Celebs Like Him.
- Quickleft: 18 Surprises From Reading jQuery's Source Code
- Hongkiat: 15 Bizarre (And Insane) Programming Languages That Exist
- Smashing Magazine: Scaling Down The BEM Methodology For Small Projects
- Codrops: “Halcyon Days” One Page Website Template
- Codrops: 32 Hipster Badges (AI, EPS, PNG)
- Flypixel: Geometric Backgrounds
- Flypixel: iPhone 5s Gold Minimal
- Flypixel: Real Estate Marketing Icons
- Raumrot: Free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects. Outstanding Hi-Res Photos for FREE.
- Mazwai: A stock video site with free HD videos that you can use in your projects. All videos are licensed under the CC 3.0 license.
- Social Good Ipsum: Newest dummy text generator, pulling words and phrases from the humanitarian, do-gooder world we are immersed in.
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