Advanced Figma tricks, Neobrutalism, UX sketching, the phases of UX research
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UX and feed sack fabric →
When your audience is not your audience.
AI = UX² →
When AI delivers a better user experience than designers.
Dotted lines →
The 3rd dimension of the matrix organization.
UX sketching →
What if you started your UX process away from a computer?
The phases of UX research →
Keeping an eye on your product’s big picture.
FIDO (Feminism in Design Office) is an alliance between women and the design sector.
Make me think
How the world’s richest people are driving global warming →
“There’s growing evidence that the inequality between rich and poor people’s emissions within countries now overwhelms the country-to-country disparities. In other words: High emitters have more in common across international boundaries, no matter where they call home.”
An incoherent rant about design systems →
“The hard truth is this; your Figma docs should be treated like a sketch on the back of a napkin. It should be somewhat accurate but it’s a tool that reflects the front-end, but: it ain’t your design system.”
If we make a product work for anyone, it usually works better for everyone →
“But focusing on those global users forces us to solve problems that are universal and build solutions that are so intuitive they work for anyone in the world — even though that focus also comes with limits, like not always taking advantage of the most recent hardware.”
Little gems this week
Neubrutalism is taking over the web →
The Infinite Scroll effect: how design can hack your brain →
Don’t rely only on tools to pick an accessible color combination →
Tools and resources
Like Pinterest, for work stuff.
Color morph →
Generate beautiful morph gradients with ease.
Advanced Figma tricks →
The little hidden gems we love.