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Tiny home-friendly foldable furniture designs that are the modern space-saving solution we need! Tiny homes are all the trend now! And hopefully, they’re a trend that’s here to stay. They’re a minimal, simpler, economical, and environment-friendly way of living....
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(What FUN! Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra Simón Bolívar and the Venezuelan Brass Ensemble.) – This made me laugh: A dog in Russia grabbed the reporter’s microphone and ran away during a live broadcast – A short documentary on Nikki de Saint Phalle, an artist I admired deeply when growing up in Switzerland. […]
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The often-overlooked last step. In product design, when we release a feature into the wild, we can expect a degree of objectivity in the feedback we get. We can tell if our designs are helping or hurting based on the feedback and metrics after we ship. Getting my hands on these metrics can be challenging at times. My experience has largely been on ...
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Folding flaps on this dinner table allow it to easily expand and double in size Until ‘bring-your-own-furniture’ becomes a thing, people living in small houses will always have problems entertaining large groups of guests. It isn’t really feasible to have a...
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I have become a proud Brompton owner during the pandemic. Not buying subway cards was the perfect excuse to finally invest into one of these beauties! But I haven’t been very excited about the bags they offer that attach at the front of the bike. I just discovered (and ordered) this fancy leather one over […]
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Vector de Diseño creado por stories — www.freepik.es" src="https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1024/1*5eNXMliuHHfniOt2jSw2-w.jpeg" />Beyond fancy concepts, frameworks, and names, the UX relies on an essential human input: experience and Logic usage Many companies are pivoting into a digital transformation; this supposes many job changes, mindsets, ...
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As we are heading into summer here, this is my post to say good bye to winter! I recommend fullscreen and sound on!
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Loving with video where Erick Wilberding digs into the technique known as the Socratic Method. (via)
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I am currently on day 54 of trying to experience myself and my life sans alcohol. (My goal is 90 days!) What an interesting journey this is, experiencing myself without ever escaping with a drink. I feel like an onion, slowly peeling layers off I didn’t know existed. My friends recently introduced me to the […]
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In the race for great product UX, re-designs are the necessary pit stops. And executing them in a right way can make all the difference in the race! F1 pitstop “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change”. And in this VUCA world, digital products are being re-design ...
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Bang and Olufsen meets LAYER design for a modular bookshelf speaker that embodies the tiny but mighty spirit! Bang and Olufsen’s collaboration with Benjamin Hubert is designed to deliver an impact while blending in. Wired Speakers, in my humble opinion, are the bane of...
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Improving Valorant E-Sports Experience—UI/UX Case Study Enabling fans with a viewer experience which is as good as the game itself Context: A bit of context, for the uninitiated — Valorant is an FPS (first-person shooter) game released by Riot Games in June 2020. As Valorant describes it is — a 5v5 character-based tactical shooter game, where the a ...
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Are you just getting started in web design? We are guessing you have a bit of a creative side to you if you’re traveling down the road of web design, but you may be feeling lost and overwhelmed with where to start. Don’t worry. You aren’t alone. There are many moving parts to creating aContinue reading
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As an efficiency-focused transformational function, DesignOps needs to be able to quantify and measure impact and results. Identifying the right goals and defining the right KPIs are therefore essential steps for every DesignOps strategy and roadmap to ensure impact and progress can be objectively assessed. DesignOps metrics are divided into two ma ...
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Source: studiokat on Dribbble Users don’t read, instead, they scan. Everyone wants to save time, get things done right and fast. The average attention span of a user on a website is 8 seconds. Users want to skim through content quickly, with minimum friction, and minimum timed used. They scan through the page and decide in seconds whether they want ...
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People who are interested in AI often ask me what an AI designer is, and I’ve attempted to answer that question in this article. I wanted to go a step further, by helping designers and product teams understand how designing AI-based product experiences is different from traditional product design. Here is what I’ve learned over the last two years o ...
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A conference is a powerful opportunity to establish authority in your industry, increase brand awareness, and inspire or entertain both prospects and your existing consumers.
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IKEA and more iconic brands store renders that draw inspiration from their products, soul and essence! Eslam Mohamed is a graphic designer whose collection of work has piqued my interest and quite honestly captivated me! He creates 3D renders of conceptual stores...
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Photo by UX Store on Unsplash The smaller details and subtleties are what make you stand out from the crowd. And this applies to every design detail of your app and website. However, going after these details all the time is a tedious task, and it can be better handled with a design specification document. This blog revolves around this highly effe ...
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