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Issue 117


The Biggest UX Challenges Of 2017
o designers from across the industry talk about what UX challenges await us in the coming year. Also check out The Best And Worst User Interfaces Of 2016.

Design Critique — The Booking way
A look into how design critique sessions are run at Booking.

Forms Need Validation
Designing inline validation and error handling.

Use Design Thinking to Build Commitment to a New Idea
Great intervention design requires attention to both logic and emotions.

Design for internationalization
A few tips to keep in mind when designing products around the world.

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Tools & Resources

Design Guidelines
The best publicly available design guidelines and the thought process behind it.

Auto-Layout for Sketch
A Sketch plugin that allows you to define and view different iPhone & iPad sizes.

One place for all the best design thinking.

The most promising design tools you should try in 2017
An overview of some of the most popular tools heading into the new year.


Enterprise UX Virtual Summit 2017
A free webinar where top practitioners from companies like Google, Intuit, and IBM share their best practices with the world for enterprise UX.

How to plan your design career – Design Review Podcast
Discussions on how do you get started in design, the possible paths to take, and more.

UX Portfolio

Nuno Coelho Santos
Nuno is a product designer based in Tokyo with a really beautiful portfolio that takes you right to some of his case studies.

Last But Not Least

What your relatives actually think when you say “UX Designer”
Trying to explain what you do to your family.

“Design is about making things good (and then better) and right (and fantastic) for the people who use and encounter them.”
— Matt Beale

Thanks to this issue’s sponsors:
Interaction Design Foundation