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Welcome to the Usability Body of Knowledge | Usability Body of Knowledge Sur les métiers du design électronique Motion Ui Design Principles — Beyond Kinetic This blog is a quick look at some simple Ui motion design principles. There isn’t too much documented about this area of mobile ui design and I thought there would be some value in expressing my views. From what is documented already I urge anyone interested in ui motion to check out Pasquale D’Silva and Johannes Tonollo’s meaningful transitions Also make sure you bookmark and These basic principles I’ve outlined focus more on the what and why, rather than the how to of motion / animation. Personality. The most obvious principle is that any motion or animation should be of the highest standard possible.

UX designer, ergonome, architecte de l’information, designer d’interaction ... Quelle différence ? Dans le domaine du design digital, de nombreux intitulés de poste ont fleuri ces dernières années, et il est parfois difficile de bien comprendre leurs rôles et leurs périmètres d’action. Petit tour d'horizon. L’expérience utilisateur s’installe peu à peu dans le paysage digital français, venant renforcer les équipes stratégiques et créatives déjà en place. Aux États-Unis, cette dynamique a pris de l’ampleur : Une étude de Qconnect montre que la demande des experts UX a augmenté de + 25 % entre 2010 et 2011 et + 70 % entre 2011 et 2012. Faire appel à ces nouveaux profils pose cependant de nombreuses questions : quand les faire intervenir ? Avec qui travaillent-ils ? En effet, de nombreux intitulés de poste ont fleuri ces dernières années, et il est parfois difficile de bien comprendre leurs rôles et leurs périmètres d’action : UX Designer, UI Designer, Ergonome, Designer d’interaction, Designer d’interfaces... Ergonome, architecte de l'information, designer ... Alors, comment choisir ?

Adobe's new online tool lets you convert PSDs to CSS code Adobe has debuted a beta web-based tool that lets you convert PSDs into CSS code. At first glance it appears to be more of a fun experiment than a serious tool – as it replicates the Generator tool added to Photoshop CC last September – but it's also more evidence of how Adobe is thinking about moving more of its Creative Cloud toolset into the actual cloud. You can see Project Parfait in action in Adobe's video above, or try it yourself at (though it requires you to be using Chrome). On the Project Parfait site, you can upload PSDs – even large ones – and access (though not edit) all of the elements and layers. As with Generator, this isn't a tool that 'converts' PSDs into websites, but more of a way to smooth the process turning mockups into anything from interactive prototypes to full sites. For each element – including text – you can see how it would be rendered in CSS, and copy either the entire code or separate elements.

Créer une vidéo enrichie avec Mozilla Popcorn Maker, outil libre en ligne La fondation Mozilla a lancé Popcorn Maker un outil gratuit et libre en ligne qui permet de réaliser et partager aisément des vidéos interactives avec de l’audio pour ensuite les publier sur différentes plateformes. Avec Mozilla Popcorn Maker, on peut ajouter des liens et différents médias (cartes Google Maps, images, vidéos, tweets, un article Wkipédia…). Pour réaliser une vidéo, on peut modifier un média hébergé sur YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud ou en HTML5 si en ligne. En copiant-collant l’URL sur Popcorn Maker, la vidéo estéditable et les ajouts de médias sont alors possibles à partir d’une ligne de temps avec des couches/calques (« layers »). Après un enregistrement/identification à Mozilla Persona, on peut récupérer la création via une URL ou un code à intégrer sur un blog, un réseau social, un site… Il s’agit donc de la possibilité de réaliser des vidéos enrichies. Licence : Creative Commons by-nc-saGéographie : International

Web Animation Infographics: A Map of the Best Animation Libraries for JavaScript and CSS3 plus Performance Tips Today we have decided to showcase a 'map' of the current state of web animation by compiling highly regarded libraries, frameworks and plugins based on their versatility and performance. Infographic 1: The Map of Web Animation The infographic is divided into three sections, the first part is a selection of a few of the most comprehensive animation libraries which offer up all the tools one could ever wish for from easing functions and callbacks to timing control, not to mention the generic animation functions we have come to expect. We have segregated libraries which use CSS3 transition to animate elements from libraries which call on JavaScript instead. Infographic 2: List of Tools The second section is dedicated to the various methods for animating UI elements and any others objects in the DOM like scroll animation, parallax, sprites, 3D transformations, physics engines, and transitions. Infographic 3: Performance Tips Articles to Read Myth Busting: CSS Animation vs. Featured Tools

TUTO – Créer une maquette de site Internet QR Code and 2D Code Generator | Kerem Erkan This page is an online two dimensional code generator which is written in PHP. It can generate QR Code, Data Matrix, Aztec Code and Micro QR Code for the time being. Because QR Code is much more popular than the other code formats, it is separately named in the page title. Using the form on this page, you can create two dimensional code images that trigger various actions on the scanner device. Please be sure to read the Notes and FAQ sections below before requesting help in the comments if you encounter any problems with code generation (Especially for Micro QR Codes or backslash characters you may encounter on some codes!). This page is very popular and because of that, it gets an incredible amount of comment spam. I am getting many questions about scanning the codes created on this generator. If this generator has somehow been useful to your commercial business, perhaps you would consider contributing by clicking the PayPal button below. Notes: QR Code Scanners: