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This camping chair doubles as a carrying tool inspired by a traditional Korean jigae Single-purpose products have a particular appeal to them. They’re simple to use because they only have a single functionality, so there’s little to no room...
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HAY x Herman Miller Collection transforms eight Eames classics into contemporary colorful versions An interesting collaboration that recently grabbed all my attention is the HAY x Herman Miller collection. In an ode to HAY’s 20th anniversary this year,...
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Some of my teammates I wrapped my summer internship at LinkedIn in Sept 2022. It has been an extraordinary learning experience and enjoyable time with my team. Before starting my last year at graduate school, I’d like to share some of my takeaways as a junior designer. ? Background I am a second-year Master student at the Human-Centered Design and ...
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And why you should read them too If you’ve ever wondered what you should read next, you should give this article a try. Sometimes people believe that designers are occupied with choosing which color goes with what font and so on. In reality, our jobs are to come with solutions using frameworks and patterns in order to respond to our end users needs ...
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Lessons from my experiences in hi-tech Tested research-ops techniques from a UX Designer in an agile company Prototyping process by Storyset What is Discovery & Research in UX? Research is required to make sure you’re building the right thing, and to make sure you’re building it the right way. The earlier you know, the less waste. How is this achie ...
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Self by Timo Kuilder What is mobility? If you’ve ever been on any quest for physical fitness, you’re bound to have heard of flexibility training — or mobility. Physical mobility is the potential of movement through a given range of motion — or just what your body is capable of doing. While mobility is extremely important for one’s health and daily ...
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“I call architecture frozen music,” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, and that’s the mood we want to share with our new set of bright and artistic illustrations devoted to the beauty and diversity of architecture. Here we’ve collected three atmospheric illustration sets by tubik artists to share with you the vibes of famous landmarks, urban atmosphe ...
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The UX of forms: designing forms with better words A guide to designing forms that do not frustrate your users Illustration credit: Freepik I have experienced poorly designed forms, 90% of participants in a survey I carried out have experienced bad forms, my best guess is you have experienced bad forms too. We have so many poorly designed forms goi ...
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Every design case is a great overview of a completed project supplemented by designers’ product ideas and illustrations of the working process or other artifacts that help reveal the creative potential and professionalism to promote and find clients and establish transparent design-client communication. It may work as a marketing and PR tool as it ...
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via Muzli design inspiration Designers’ Secret Source The best design inspiration — expertly curated for you. Muzli is a new-tab Chrome extension that instantly delivers relevant design stories and inspiration. Learn more Finances by Filip Legierski wetrack: landing page, track, management, team, app by konolee 311 Richmond, VA Poster by DKNG Fores ...
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Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Through the wire — How simple wireframes can make life so much easier So you just got your first UX job, you can finally look at your momma and say “Momma I finally made it, your baby boy/girl a star”. Fresh-faced and smiling you are ready to jump in hair first and create the best product in the history of the uni ...
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“There is no failure, only feedback!” We at Dream11 have a simple yet fantastic culture of peer reviews for designers to get their work critiqued by the team and receive valuable feedback. Let’s take a deep dive into what it exactly is, why it is crucial, and most importantly how can one start with this practice in their own organization. Peer Revi ...
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A lecture by Sam Harris beautifully edited by Jody Mac. (via Nick)
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I have come to love this NOW watch, consistently reminding me to be present. I so very easily jump to a future moment.
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Consensus is a search engine that uses AI to find answers to your questions directly from scientific research. (via)
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7 tips for designing better blacked-out websites during an unprecedented situation Various websites displayed during during the Queen’s death: how can they design better tributes? The queen is dead, long live the queen. Many British citizens were stunned to hear of the sudden loss of their beloved monarch, who had ruled for over 70 years. Queen Eli ...
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Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “Research methodologies and strategies have been improving since the beginning of the 20th century. Some companies were collecting data and heavily relied on it; some thought that not every feedback should be considered, and others didn’t find customer research useful in building a produ ...
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Impactful ways to find the right person and avoid a bad hire. How to hire a product designer? (Original photo source) It is almost impossible to calculate the exact costs of a bad hire. Costs culminate fast if we take into account the money and time you and/or your recruiter spends on the selection process: reviewing resumes and interviewing candid ...
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