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Dark Mode: How Users Think About It and Issues to Avoidhttps://www.nngroup.com/articles/dark-mode-users-issues/
An in-depth look at dark mode. Summary: it is popular, but not essential. Users like dark mode but maintain similar behaviors without it. They think about it at the system level, not the application level. If you choose to support dark mode, test your design to avoid common dark-mode issues.
Card Sorting: Uncover Users' Mental Models for Better Information Architecturehttps://www.nngroup.com/articles/card-sorting-definition/
Card sorting is an effective technique to understand if your information architecture matches the mental model of your users. This article by @kwsherwin covers all the basics.
Fiber – a free, interactive UI Kit by Framerhttps://framer.com/
“Every artboard in the Fiber UI Kit features customizable elements, all hooked up to interactions in Code. Customize text, images and animation values to create your own social prototype. Or pull apart native scroll, swipe and slider components for separate projects.”
Smooth Scrolling and Accessibility, by @_hmighttps://css-tricks.com/smooth-scrolling-accessibility/
Regardless of how you implement smooth scrolling, there are a few accessibility issues that should be addressed: focus management and animation.
Accessible Tooltips & Toggletips | Inclusive Components by @heydonworkshttps://inclusive-components.design/tooltips-toggletips/
In this article, Heydon Pickering looks at situations which might call for a tooltip or else a toggletip, and formulates inclusive implementations for each.
Design Principles, collected by Jeremy Keith (@adactio)https://principles.adactio.com/
A huge collection of design principles from various disciplines.
Impressively comprehensive article by @_hmig about creating accessible SVGs in order to ensure a great user experience for everyone.