For UXers

No excuses – Bootstrap from Twitter

Passed on to me from the lovely Peter McKenna at Swrve in response to a ghostwritten iQ blog called Mobile Thursdays: Design patterns a-go-go. http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/ This is a really well executed framework from the team at Twitter, of lightweight HTML, CSS and Javascript built on a 12 column responsive grid (fixed and liquid) available to use for free. There are…

UK Government Digital Service Design Principles

A really nicely produced set of guidelines from the UK Government Digital Service Group. https://www.gov.uk/designprinciples Start with needs Do less Design with data Do the hard work to make it simple Iterate. Then iterate again. Build for inclusion Understand context Build digital services, not websites Be consistent, not uniform Make things open: it makes things better

UX Design Patterns

Here is a big old collection design patterns to help you guys figure out how to design a variety of interfaces. Enjoy.