Bernedict Evans, one of the mot inspiring people in my twitter timeline, has put together a must read list of 16 theses on the state of mobile in 2015 and some development he thinks will happen in the near future: http://ben-evans.com/benedictevans/2015/12/15/16-mobile-theses
Agile and iterative methods like SCRUM or KANBAN are pretty much standard today when it comes to programming, but often the design process is stilly very old fashioned in comparison. The people at feedly.com wrote a really insightful article on how their design process works and what tools and services you can use to implement it in your company or project: https://medium.com/feedly-behind-the-curtain/the-art-of-iterating-quickly-a8403e8c52f4
The Language of Modular Design
Improve your modular design systems by using consistent language for your modules: http://alistapart.com/article/language-of-modular-design
Why The Hamburger Menu Doesn’t Work
A nice roundup about why you should avoid using a burger button for your mobile navigation. Read the full article here: The Hamburger Menu Doesn’t Work – Deep Design.
A nice list of online collaboration tools containing tools for
- screen sharing
- video conferencing
- task scheduling
- project management
A nice read about design strategies for mobile devices.
This live infographic shows you how much data is created on major social media sites in real time. Overwhelming!
John Zerastsky has written a great post about some key principles of copywriting for websites: http://www.gv.com/lib/5-principles-for-great-interface-copywriting
A nice read about how to make your checkout experience better with css transitions and animations: https://medium.com/p/3d1b0a9b810e
A really nice tool for finding the perfect font for your project: http://www.type-finder.com/