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5 UX Posts To Read This Week

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Posted by Jennifer McCormack on November 15, 2019

5 UX Posts To Read This Week

Our last roundup was focusing on form best practice, collecting dates in a way that is accessible and the personality of sans seriff font. This roundup includes designing for dark mode, a look at how to migrate design systems from Sketch to Figma and creating a custom focus style.

  1. Creating a custom focus style

https://zellwk.com/blog/creating-focus-style/

What to think about when creating different focus style implementations.

  1. Designing for dark mode

https://medium.com/microsoft-design/designing-for-dark-mode-more-than-flipping-a-switch-c21fb38722d2

5 things the Outlook mobile team learned about scaling dark mode design

  1. Speed up your website WebP

https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2019/10/speed-up-your-website-webp/

As more of our browsers, devices and software support WebP, it’s time that web designers started adopting it as their default image format.

  1. Moving from Sketch to Figma

https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2019/09/migrating-design-systems-sketch-figma/

Here’s a nuts-and-bolts and behind-the-scenes look at how Help Scout migrated design systems from Sketch to Figma.

  1. How Netflix uses psychology to prefer their customer experience

https://uxdesign.cc/how-netflix-uses-psychology-to-perfect-their-customer-experience-c65ba414abe3

Decoding the science behind the features that keep you binging on Netflix.

Found any interesting UX blogs that we should share? Let us know, by tweeting us @arekibo.

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Jennifer McCormack
Jennifer McCormack

Jennie is a Marketing Executive at Arekibo. She has an interest in social media, analytics and learning about new technologies.