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While Apple is taking away buttons, we found a way to add one.
Apple has never been afraid to take design risks. Earlier this year, Apple made headlines when it revealed a new iPhone design that left…
The History of the Ampersand
These days everybody knows about the ampersand. It’s one of typography’s most unique and interesting characters.
How to make your resume as user-centred as you are
If you’re a user-centered designer, your resume should be too!
The Product Designer’s Guide to Growth
Step 1: Figure out what growth means
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The Endless Battle
User-centered versus designer-centered
Creating A Seamless User Experience For All
Right now there’s a lot of hype around the term “responsive design.” Responsive design refers to creating websites that adjust to visitors…
Redesigning how we on-board designers
You arrive on your first day. After an uncomfortable wait in reception, you get an ad lib tour of your new office, watch the health and…
Zen and the Art of Designing Startups
How Kelly Robinson creates inspiring offices for the likes of Airbnb, Headspace, and SoundCloud.
ARx Designers — The Future Kings and Queens of Silicon Valley
New technologies like Augmented Reality together with social changes are altering the face of Silicon Valley, and the impact will be on par…
User Journey Vs User Flow — Differences & Similarities
User Journey and User Flow are two terms frequently mentioned in the product development process, they refer to two tools created to…
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Nike’s Chief of Design Doodles All Day
John Hoke invited us into his office in Portland, Ore., where he talked about his dyslexia, his doodling and some weird shoes that inspire…
The New York Times
5 Ways to Stop Cognitive Overload From Killing Your UX
Smartphone users quickly realized that running too many apps at the same time makes the phone slow down or even freeze. Well, pretty much…
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How To Identify A Toxic Culture Before Accepting A Job Offer
With everyone touting their “amazing” culture it can be hard to tell who is telling the truth. Here are a few red flags to look for.
Science in the System: Fluent Design and Depth
Depth cues helps us perceive (and make sense of) the real world
Why you need to be better at designing details and what happens if you don’t
“User will get it”
Mobile web through the users’ eyes
How Progressive Web Apps can address UX issues.
UX Design In A World Of Ever-Changing Screen Sizes: Tips For Staying Ahead Of The Curve
The move to mobile changed UX design at its core, and the move to portable devices of all sizes (and now, shapes) continues to keep…
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How To Use Color In UI Design Wisely to Create A Perfect UI Interface?
Whenever found an interface that looks nice, clean and elegant, I save it. Now I have a collection of more than 100 UI interfaces. After…
7 Life Hacks on How to Improve Your Portfolio and Get “Featured” on Behance
To begin with, I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself. It has been 5 years since I created my portfolio on Behance. Back in 2012…
Exploring Strategy Behind User Experience Design
Understanding Needs Through Research
Design in the Age of Anxiety
To create a better future, understand the now
Ghost buttons: Why you should be afraid.
Ghost buttons are everywhere…but did you know they were called that?
One Year Designing at WhatsApp
Thoughts on how WhatsApp and Facebook design at scale
UI Design Tips for iPhone X
Apple said that the iPhone X is the future of smartphone.
An Ode to the Brilliance of Roguelikes
How these early ASCII role-playing games sparked my love of minimalist design.