If you make wireframes, the Little Plane project will soon become your best friend. Indeed, far from being set in stone, the purpose of wireframe drawing is to explore many interface paths, as much on mobile as on desktop or tablet ( or smartwatch, or car interfaces, etc. Little Plane thus brings together dozens and dozens of wireframe elements in SVG ( vector format ) intelligently sorted. You also have access to a search engine to find the menu or interface grid you need. Little Plane website xl app Note also that Little Plane has an application for Mac, really simple, it allows you to drag & drop all the elements on your work plan. You can also search and even drop your own work files on the app.
Rather practical therefore; Little Plane The tool image manipulation service is currently in beta but fully accessible today in its web version ! I feel like this is all going to save me a bit of time and efficiency, especially if I have the ability to create my own components. Once the letter is finished, the machine goes over it and begins the next part of the text, while revealing the text little by little. The typographic machine that runs on sand Some pictures of the machine sand2sand3sand4 What is also interesting in this project is that the text will be altered by weather conditions, the wind or the public and will inevitably end up disappearing.
A kind of machine that likes the ephemeral and yet comes to manufacture words in writing. In the end, this machine seeks to remind us that everything is ephemeral and that we have to feel pushed by the creativity that it generates. Accessibility Do’s and Don’ts. Written by Geoffrey Dorne the October 3, 2016 4 comments Accessibility is a fascinating subject in the web world, but also in design more generally. Often presented as constraints, accessibility standards are sometimes also elements to create better, differently, for everyone. This encompasses the technique but also the way of thinking about the design upstream.