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''See [[Tools]] and [[Colorblindness]] for more information on color.''
''See [[Tools]] and [[Colorblindness]] for more information on color.''
=== Perceiving Color===
* [http://factlets.info/Color Does Your Language Shape How You Think?] by Guy Deutscher in the New York Times magazine discusses, among other things, how languages that don't differentiate between green and blue result in people who have more trouble perceiving difference between them.
*[http://www.joehallock.com/edu/COM498/associations.html Colour Assignment - Associations] by Joe Hallock outlines different ways that we associate color with emotions and ideas, primarily from the view of an American / Western audience.
* [https://blog.xkcd.com/2010/05/03/color-survey-results/ The XKCD Color Survey Results] is a sometimes-hilarious look at a survey on colors that the author of the XKCD comic did. It's very revealing about how we perceive color and how much (or how little) patience we have for thinking about it. 
=== Using Color ===
* [https://ianstormtaylor.com/design-tip-never-use-black/ Never use black] outlines why #00000 should be banned from your color list.

Revision as of 19:33, 3 February 2019

I'm a UX Designer, so these are my UX Designer tools.

(Also, there may be good things in Category: Behavior you want to read.)

User Experience Design




See Tools and Colorblindness for more information on color.



  • Confs.tech is a full list of conferences in the tech industry.

Content Strategy

See Category: Writing for writing-specific tools.

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Data Visualization

Design Containers and Components


Form fields


Design Systems



  • The Pause Clause by NGenWorks discusses an entry in their contracts that essentially says if the client is more than 10 days late with a deliverable, the project goes on hold until the client responds.

Gender issues in Design


  • Great Alternatives to Hamburger Menus by UX Planet lists a number of menu alternatives for global and local navigation when you don't want your mobile experience stuffed in a hamburger menu.




User Behavior

User Research