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1/15
I have made a lot of custom #UI components for @SkivvrNoCode. In a #NoCode app #UX is very important, and I am paying a lot of attention to interactions.
What should you remember when building your custom controls? As an example, I would use an input control from Skivvr πŸ§΅β¬‡οΈ Image
2/15
TL;DR:
πŸ‘‰ Different input states
πŸ‘‰ Labels, placeholders, and tooltips
πŸ‘‰ Keyboard interactions
πŸ‘‰ Mouse interactions
πŸ‘‰ Smart behaviours
πŸ‘‰ Autocomplete
πŸ‘‰ Tab order
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3/15
πŸ‘‰ Hover, Active, Disabled states: how the input will look, when the user interacts with it, or when it's disabled. Defining a style for an Active state is especially important to highlight a focused input. Image
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If you think Buffett's slides lack design, have you seen Berkshire Hathaway's homepage? berkshirehathaway.com Image
Not sure what's the best part of this:

β€’ Postal address at the top
β€’ GEICO ad at the bottom
β€’ Suggestion to write to them by mail with comments on the website, although β€œwe are unable to provide a direct response”
Actual answer: random capitalization in β€œIf you have any comments about our WEB page…”
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Crash Course #2: πŸ–₯ sRGB or P3? What even are they? Let’s talk about Colour Profiles and Colour Management πŸ‘‡
1/10

To talk about colour profiles, first, we need to touch on colour space.

You may have seen these intense charts before.

These graphs depict the visible colour spectrum that humans can see
2/10

A colour profile describes the range (gamut) of colour that can be shown.

sRGB covers colours you're used to seeing on the web and on computer screens in general.
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