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This year’s edition of the famous WebGL advent calendar with experiments by digital artists. The “Plume and the Forgotten Letter” game is the first beautiful contribution.
We recently asked 2,000 customer experience (CX) professionals about the state of their company’s customer experience strategies, methods, goals, and obstacles.
A fantastic mix-and-match illustrations kit of people. You can customize their positions, clothing, colors, hairstyle and more. Made by Pablo Stanley.
Advent of Code is an Advent calendar of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels that can be solved in any chosen programming language. Read more about it in this article.
A fantastic in-depth analysis of trends in 2018 and what to expect for UX in 2019.
Katie Fenn starts this year’s 24 ways advent calendar by taking us back to the early years of the web and showing some examples of critical security mistakes.
Dan Abramov’s personal blog where he explains things with words and code. You can find the source on GitHub.
Niny is a cute robot that will show you useful information and inspiration for designers. Read more about this project in Alaa Alnuaimi’s tweet.
A beautiful slideshow transition effect made with Pixi.js. Based on Nathan Riley’s Dribbble shot. By Ash Thornton.
Read how Jon Luca used a graph algorithm to find cheap flights on Ryanair.
James Steinbach shows how he solved the reflow problem when lazy loading images.
In case you didn’t know about it: GoBoy is a multi-platform Nintendo GameBoy and GameBoy Color emulator written in go.
Have some fun pretending you’re a piano virtuoso using Machine Learning. Read more about it in this article.
An interesting article on how Google tried to patent Jie Qi’s work after a job interview.
An article by Paul Robert Lloyd where he shares some thoughts on the concept of the web as a material.
Free Christmas design resources including clip art, backgrounds, fonts, borders, images and more.
A set of high-quality icons with a business theme designed by Petr Knoll. Free for a subscription.
CSS Shapes allow us to make interesting and unique layouts by defining geometric shapes, images, and gradients that text content can flow around. Learn how to use them in this tutorial.