Wherever this month finds you, be sure you set aside some time to catch up on the latest tools and tricks on the web.
So find an outlet, a strong Wi-Fi signal, and check out this May’s hand picked offerings!
This is your brain. This is your brain on a McDonald’s logo.
From sports to luxury brands, Logomaker’s new infographic explores how well-known logos affect your noggin while you’re browsing billboards, magazines, or ordering a burger.
Well, this post from Worry Free Labs ought to bring you up to speed on the 5 important UX Trends for 2015.
After deciding way back in 2013 that they wanted to create “Car Talk for the web world,” Dave Rupert and Chris Coyier began an Internet show about the Internet (which is not as Seinfeldian as it seems).
With fast and funny interviews featuring web-lebrities like Eric Meyer, Kristina Halvorson, Jared Spool, Daniel Mall, Karen McGrane, and Samantha Warren, we sure hope Dave and Chris will keep this side project up until the end of the century.
Animation Timeline in Chrome DevTools
Paul Irish is one of those lucky guys working on the Google Chrome team focused on Developer Tooling (that’s Chrome DevTools and everything else Chrome can do to make you a productive web developer.) Chrome Canary is about to ship powerful animation previewing and editing tools, built directly into the browser, so he gave us this quick look see!
From Apple Watch Frames to icons for your resume and everything in between (tutorials, plugins and community tips, tricks, tools and shortcuts), SketchApp Resources is a fantastic one-stop shop for all your Sketch needs, be they free or premium. You can also share your own resources with the community via the submission form.