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Peel is a coffee table design with different layers Coffee tables and side tables have become more than just furniture to place your coffee cup or book on. People expect them to not just...
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Issey Miyake passes away at 84, and here are some designs to commemorate his excellence Prolific fashion designer Issey Miyake passed away on the 5th of August, his company revealed today. Miyake, whose name became synonymous with Japan’s economic and...
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Style guides are important to help you deliver a consistent brand experience. As a UI/UX designer, creating style guides is indispensable if you hope to create great user experiences and interfaces. In this article, you will learn what a style guide is, the importance of a style guide,
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In this episode, we ask how you can affect change to UX design in large organizations stuck in their ways. Vitaly talks to Marko Dugonjić to find out.
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“Design doesn’t need to be delightful for it to work, but that’s like saying food doesn’t need to be tasty to keep us alive” — Frank Chimero Building things that go beyond utility and truly excite people is close to our hearts as designers. I hear that a lot when screening candidates for the design team at Blinkist — they often even mention it as t ...
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A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one. It wasn’t until last month that I came across the second part of this phrase.¹ However, to me, the first part alone had never made sense. I am pursuing a Master’s degree in Integrated Innovation for Products and Services (MIIPS) at Carnegie Mellon University. The ...
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People are the most important in the process: those for whom we design and those who plan. While in the former case, the matter seems quite obvious (all our activities aim to create a solution that meets their needs), we often forget about the designers. Meanwhile, who participates in the design process will have a direct, massive impact on the eff ...
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In this article, Catherine Houle and Ilknur Eren share how their organization “Understood” removes barriers for people who learn and think differently by combining accessibility and usability in their processes. They also cover basic steps on how to fix common accessibility issues.
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“Creativity is the defeat of habit by originality.” – Arthur Koestler
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I watched the show Severance with my kids (12 and 16) and I can’t stop thinking about it. As someone who has built companies, I am shook by the overall notion of the show. My kids and I felt so many feelings watching this first season. (The ending had us run around in the yard […]
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I like this simple, wooden essential oil diffuser by Vorda. (Whispers: Yes, it’s expensive.)
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Mobile and website applications have taken deep roots in our lives. We do almost everything with their help: get food, do sports, find friends, have fun, order a taxi, etc. We’d rather make a few taps than go to a place in person. According to the latest research, people use approximately ten apps per day and almost thirty of them each month. They ...
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Introduction Design is one of the most important forces in our lives, sometimes so seeped into our lives that it is non-existent. The first design around us can be experienced in nature. The most common feature of the design is that they are responsive to the specific set of users designed. This basic feature allows us to use it time and again in o ...
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Escape the siloing trap when you are both part of a design team and a product team, involve people early and often, and foster the right conversation at the right time If you are a designer working in a product organization you are maybe also part of two teams at the same time: a design team and a product team. Each one with its own set of activiti ...
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Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “Let’s face it, design school leaves budding designers unprepared for the world. The real learning begins in your first years, and it is up to design leaders to set new designers up for success.” Junior designers need your help → By Finlay Stevens-Hunt The UX Collective is an independent ...
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Source: unsplash.com Are you trying to find clients and get an excellent contract? Try to make an empathic connection at the first meeting. To do so, show that your views and values are the same. This will help you pitch advantageously. By the way, the questions you ask at the first meeting can be crucial. So what should you ask your clients to win ...
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Install command palette on your website Cmd+K What is a command palette A command palette is a user interface (UI) element that gives users quick access to many commands. It’s usually a free-form input field that helps users find an action by narrowing down a list, based on what they type. — Superhuman Blog It has become commonplace to see Command ...
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What’s effective today and what will we take with us into the future? Web design trends by Outcrowd Why is it important to follow trends? Trends are not only about the present. They form the image of the future. Marketing and design trends are interconnected, and their dynamics are in sync. So it pays to be an attentive viewer! Let’s take a look at ...
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These Japanese-inspired office pods offer an oasis in busy workplaces Design trends come and go. Some even say they swing back and forth like a pendulum. Office cubicles and room dividers were once deemed impersonal...
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