As usual, this weekly digital resources post covers topics like web development, webdesign and User Experience. Besides, you get also some links about video games engines libraries.
Five is a balanced number to provide you with some useful links for our weekly digital resources post, what do you think of it? IoT, CSS and Moodle are on the agenda this time.
This post about digital resources is eclectic because it deals with five different topics: prototyping, CSS, Social Media, Digital Marketing and Chrome browser.
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I think this weekly digital resources post has never been so eclectic in its content: the role of attention in eLearning, design, User Experience, usability and web development. So everybody should find an interesting link that fits to her or his concern.
Lesson 1: Affordance and signifier
Affordance: the relationship between an object and a person. It enables an interaction between the person and the object.
Signifiers are communication devices. They tell people what to do and where to do it.
This weekly bunch of digital resources provides you with useful hints for web development, and web design.
Do I cover too many different topics in this blog? Sometimes I wonder if I should focus on less “categories” and so target a more specific audience…
Anyway, this weekly post brings its bunch of eclectic digital resources with insights for improving your WordPress blog, Design Thinking, privacy with web browsers, psychology of colors and some JIRA features.
Although I propose my services to help improving Learning Experience, methods and good practices for User or Customer Experience feed also my curiosity. In its blog, Atlassian team points out the importance to strengthen link between the Support and Development teams in order to deliver the best solution to customers.
One of my favorite sayings is “Less is more“. In other words: only a few in quantity, with a high quality. And I apply it to this weekly digital post with only 4 resources, however you will learn very concrete and relevant stuff about:
- Flat webdesign,
- How to monitor network bandwidth
- How to create a HTML5 form to create and save contacts, without needing database or server…
There are more and more MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) available on the Internet, and this is one the best free digital resources like I used to propose on this blog.