Discover more from The UX Collective Newsletter
The one true way to design
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers.
“It’s time we face facts: there’s really only one way to design. And to design that one way, there’s only one tool we should be using. Moreover, there’s only one process that leads to successful outcomes. And there’s only one set of artifacts worth developing.”
Have you checked out the #1 Product of the Day? →
[Sponsored] Be it a sprint, a quarter, a year, or a decade — products are never done. Zeda.io is an AI-powered product discovery and strategy platform that helps product teams to uncover the problems that matter most to customers, decide what to build next, and create strategies to drive outcomes. Check out this #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt and see how Zeda.io can help your product team deliver value. Continuously.
As little research as possible →
How and when to take shortcuts in your research.
The evolution of intelligent interfaces →
When we move beyond our screens.
Generative search experience →
The next step in search engine UX?
The UX Collective is an independent design publication that elevates unheard design voices and illuminates the path to design mastery and critical thinking. Here’s how we’re boosting stories through our partnership with Medium.
Make me think
The internet isn’t meant to be so small →
“To maintain the same username for so long, you have to adopt early, and so of course I've already signed up for the two new sexy apps: Lemon8 and Bluesky. I had to get my username.”
A belief in meritocracy is not only false: it’s bad for you →
“Although widely held, the belief that merit rather than luck determines success or failure in the world is demonstrably false. This is not least because merit itself is, in large part, the result of luck. Talent and the capacity for determined effort, sometimes called ‘grit’, depend a great deal on one’s genetic endowments and upbringing.”
Finding and fostering great product sense →
“Lacking sufficient product sense on your team is a devastating and pernicious problem. Without product sense, your team will act as optimizers – picture your company being driven by bus drivers instead of fighter pilots.”
Little gems this week
Tools and resources
Net Promoter Score (or Not a Perfect Solution) →
Is it really that useful?
Scroll-based animations in ProtoPie →
Why, what, and how.
RICE framework →
Prioritize content design work like a pro.
Support the newsletter
If you find our content helpful, here’s how you can support it: