Free UI resources

Here’s what I’ve found last couple days that seem useful. Haven’t been able to find anything going into placement/sizes for mobile too much. 30x30px seems to be a good rule of thumb for min size for a user to be able to press button easily on mobile.

"The Science Of Great Ui"https by Mark Miller https://youtu.be/0zYRHTkNZRg

7 Rules For Creating Gorgeous UI. 7 Rules for Creating Gorgeous UI. A non-artsy primer in digital… | by Erik D. Kennedy | Medium

User Interface Design Guidelines: 10 Rules of Thumb User Interface Design Guidelines: 10 Rules of Thumb | Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF)

Free ebook The Basics of User Experience Design to learn about core concepts of UX design. Get our free ebook | Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF)

I have really enjoyed @gregjohnkeegan work at Buildcamp.

I’ve done a number of his longer tutorial builds and enjoyed his priority to design and attention to detail while teaching beginner and intermediate Bubbling skills.

Many other tutorial builders are not as design conscious and so their videos I find uninspiring personally. (I like pretty things what can I say!)

I have not done his design camps, but I suspect they will be equally good.

That being said, I am not sure how explicit he is with UI in those courses.

He seems to lean on using the language of design as opposed to structure.

ie. He paints a beautiful kitchen with lovely backsplash and new countertops, but doesn’t so much talk about the height of the countertops or the depth of the cabinets and why those measurements are important and have become standard… if that analogy makes sense?

Makes sense, thx for sharing!

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