How to terrify your users into submission and look cool at parties

Here are the slides and links for the “how to terrify your users” session at the Desktop First Summit.

There’s a ton of extra useful links regarding UI and UX design at the end of this post.

I’ll link to the replay here when it becomes available. Be sure to catch my other session: “How to Give your Apps the REALLY COOL Windows 10 Fluent UI Look and Feel with Delphi“.

I am also speaking on two of the panels this week too. Register now if you haven’t and catch the sessions ‘on demand’ and say hi to me in the chat window if you’re around for the panel meetings.

(Photo by Maxime Roedel on Unsplash)
Picture source:

Useful UI and UX links

Order Form Toy

CSS only elastic hover effect · Muffin Man

Wacky Buttons #3

CodePen: Build, Test, and Discover Front-end Code.

What’s a progressive web app, and why should designers care? | Inside Design Blog

Building Spotify’s New Web Player : Spotify Engineering

Electron | Build cross-platform desktop apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

Electron Apps | Electron Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products (Audible Audio Edition): Nir Eyal, Ryan Hoover

Home | Laws of UX

A11y accessibility check for text colour on background image

Fresh Background Gradients | ?

Beautiful Free Images & Pictures | Unsplash

Neumorphism/Soft UI CSS shadow generator

My Experience with Neumorphism (tips and resources)

Neumorphism the right way — A 2020 Design Trend | by David Ofiare | Medium

Neumorphism in user interfaces. How UI trends reach for inspiration… | by Michal Malewicz | UX Collective

Skeuomorph Mobile Banking | Dark Mode ? by Alexander Plyuto ? for Heartbeat Agency on Dribbble

2 thoughts on “How to terrify your users into submission and look cool at parties

  1. As always, great and i appreciate your insights.
    The humor is just bonus points.
    You are a decathlon programmer!
    Thanks – Charlie Chambers

    looks like some text missing below?

    1. Ah yes, it looks like the theme is drawing gray text on a gray background. Kind of ironic seeing as the post relates to UI and UX design! I’ll fix that ASAP and check it once I can actually see straight again.

      I’m glad you liked the talk. I try to make them a little more sprightly than the typical drone that sometimes falls out of webinars. Some people prefer things to be solidly technical and tedious but they’re also the kind of people with whom I don’t want to share a lifeboat if the situation ever arises. ?

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