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Hi Reader, these are my design and frontend picks this week.

Highlights of the week

There's a smarter way to map user journeys - That's why we built Flows in Zeplin. Easily connect published screens into a Flow, then add important actions, decisions, or branches using Shapes. - Zeplin  Sponsored

The Washington Post design system - A growing library of design tokens and interactive components. - The Washington Post / filed under Design System

Systems thinking is what makes designers great - I used to believe that what made great designers so great was their craft; their ability to add polish and style to whatever they touched. - Tanner Christensen / filed under Product Design

Product design

On design thinking - Oh… are we still talking about this? - Nick Foster / filed under Design Thinking

Design is art after all - In the very same ways that art is not without design, I close by contending that design should not be without art. - Liam Spradlin / filed under Product Design

Ideas from developers on handling UX feedback - Further insights from interviews with software engineers about how to tactfully handle their UX feedback. - Taylor Palmer / filed under Collaboration

Design engineering

Naming colors in design systems - Color naming is an excellent example of how applying a content design practice to a design system works and how language can bring logic to a subtle and often subjective topic. - Jess Sattell / filed under Design System

The surprising truth about pixels and accessibility - The truth is, if you want to build the most-accessible product possible, you need to use both pixels and ems/rems. - Joshua Comeau / filed under HTML & CSS

▶ Bringing page transitions to the web - Native apps often feature transitions between states that both look great and help communicate the type of navigation to the user. - Google Chrome Developers / filed under HTML & CSS

Tools and resources

Building a design system with Eleventy - One of the standout projects while working at Clearleft was collaborating with Malvern Panalytical to build the foundations of their design system. - Trys Mudford / filed under Design System

Inspiration and creativity

Thoughts on OKRs - OKRs are one of those business ideas that are just simple enough to be dangerous. - Joe Blubaugh / filed under Product Management

The era of rebellious web design is here - Code and Theory’s approach to editorial web design is equal parts strategy and sprezzatura. - Angelica Frey / filed under Inspiration

Last but not least

Reflecting on things I failed to get done at Google - A meditation on corporate frustration and autonomy. - Tom Critchlow / filed under Creativity


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