Popular design news of the week: November 23, 2015 — November 292015

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November 29, 2015
Popular design news of the week: November 23, 2015 - November 29, 2015.

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past week. Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that were posted, so don’t miss out and subscribe to our newsletter and follow the site daily for all the news.

4 Layout Trends on Dribbble

Must-Know Techniques for HTML5 Responsive Design

7 Common Mistakes Made with Responsive Mockups

The Cost of Frameworks

Why is it so Hard to Find a Front End Developer?

The Future of Responsive Design Standards

Web Design Trends 2015 & 2016: Fearless Colors

10 Things I Learned About UX by Being Drunk

The Story Behind the New WordPress​.com

Photos of Darth Vader’s Rather Ordinary Daily Life

Google’s Star Wars — Rebrand Google with the Light, or Dark Side

Responsive Times Two: Essential New Books from Ethan Marcotte & Karen McGrane

I Am Done with Bad Meetings

Instantsearch.js: JavaScript Library for Building Great Search Experiences

6 Designers’ Bad Habits – And How to Avoid Them

Digital Style Guide: Tool for Lean Design Process

The Origins of Flat Design

Don’t do That, do This.

3 Ingredients for a Successful UX Strategy

Raspberry Pi Zero — The $5 Computer

The Unsplash Book — Crowdsourced Book Featuring Photos, Essays, and Art

Fallout 4’s UI is Truly Terrible

If the Internet is Addictive, Why We Don’t Regulate It?

These Gorgeous Sunrises and Sunsets are Made from Slices of Time

The Museum of the World

Want more? No problem! Keep track of top design news from around the web with Webdesigner News.

Cameron Chapman

Cameron Chapman is a freelance writer and designer from New England. You can visit her site or follow her on Twitter.

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