Issue #125 Mindful design, conversion tricks and Microsofts new design system
Issue #124 Design system maturity, the IKEA effect and more
Issue #123 Painting with code, the power of listening and more
Issue #122 A worthy design lesson, combating bias and more
Issue #121 Starting up, being messy, and proving your worth
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Issue #120 Influencing redesign, an AI that can draw better than you + more
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Issue #119 Design systems, file management and Uber's dark patterns
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Issue #118 Data informed design, notifications, the new Atomic + more
Issue #117 VR, Uber navigation, imperfection and more
Issue #116 Gut feelings, perfectionism, and web typography
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Issue #115 The magic of microcopy, good problem statements and redesign of Evernote
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Issue #114 Product prototyping, design systems and embracing vulnerability
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Issue #109 Increasing value, design automation, integrated design and more
Issue #110 Designing Slack threaded conversations, design thinking magic + more
Issue #111 Navigation in web design, automated consistency, foggy design thinking + more
Issue #112 Asking good questions, designing for VR and UX burnout
Issue #113 Design research, screens of the future and resilient web design
Headspace product designer François Chartrand shares some very practical tips for approaching design in a more mindful way.
Highrise’s CEO explains how they used insights from Jobs-to-be-Done interviews to tweak their homepage copy and achieve a 35% bump in conversion rates.
Onboarding teardown master Samuel Hulick shares three key questions you should ask of your onboarding to evaluate how robust it is.
If you’re creating a product of even moderate complexity there’s a good chance it’ll involve the display of tabular data. This article acts as a visual guide to the wide variety of interaction patterns you can use to improve the UX of that data.
Kick-start the creation of your own web-based style guide with this boilerplate from the creator of modular design advocate Brad Frost. He also helps maintain a repository of online style guides and pattern libraries from around the world at StyleGuides.io.
With over five thousand likes and two thousand retweets, this freelance designer’s site based on the golden ratio is getting a lot of love on Twitter. A designer at the top of his game or a return to the bad old days of Flash? You decide.
Variables in Atomic let you store a value, like a user’s name, and display it dynamically throughout your prototype. Learn how to use variables in this new tutorial video from the Atomic team.
Gathered for your reading pleasure by the design team at Atomic – makers of prototyping software designed for teams. @we_are_atomic
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