These are the best UX/Tech articles that I’ve read for the week of 7/5.
This week was a bit of a design history lesson combined with practical methods.
Pixel Density Demystified by Peter Nowell
In this article and video Peter breaks down the history behind pixel density and how designer can work with updating pixel density standards.
Declarative Design Tools by Jon Gold
Jon Gold makes a delivers a compelling article for the next evolution of design and tools via roleplaying terminology, programming, set theory and a historical context. Stick with this article, because as he sets up seemingly disparate example. the conclusion is for making the next wave of declarative design tools. This week I’ll be taking his design tool René for a spin.
Winning The Primary Election: With Data Visualization by Jim Dibble
This article is the nexus for data visualization and political junkies. Dibble gives an insightful and accessible analysis of how 538 and the New York Times display candidate data and what lessons can be taken away from their methods.
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