What I’ve Learned Designing Small Things at Facebook
A few things Jasmine Friedl, Product designer at Facebook, learned when designing for small things and how foundational it is to big design.
Building Basecamp 3: Mobile Prototypes
An inside look on how interactive prototyping was essential to designing Basecamp 3 for mobile and how they chose a prototyping tool.
You Don’t Need a Unicorn: Anatomy of a Great UX Team
To have a successful UX practice, you’ll need individuals with different skill sets to be a part of your UX team.
IBM’s Design-Centered Strategy to Set Free the Squares
IBM is trying change its approach to business by identifying users’ needs as a starting point toward their products.
The latest UX challenge: designing for personalization
Carrie Cousins writes about ways to design a system or interface that gives users individual experiences tailered to them.
7 things I learned working at a user-centered design agency
A young designer learns the true role of a user experience designer while working at an agency.
Tools & Resources
Getting started with card sorting
Everything you wanted to know about creating and running an effective card sort.
Flawless is a collaboration tool for developers & designers that automatically generates guidelines so you can spot visual differences between expected and implemented design.
The UX Research Methodology Guidebook
An eBook on how to approach a study, when to run it, and how to interpret the results.
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Senior UX/UI Designer at Overpass (Newark, NJ)
Overpass is seeking a talented, passionate Senior UX Designer to join our core team and help build Overpass from the ground up.
Senior User Experience Designer at TSheets (Eagle, ID)
TSheets, a web-based employee time and attendance software used by thousands of companies, is looking for a passionate and experienced designer to help shape their future.
Last But Not Least
“A good user experience isn’t necessarily that far removed from a poor user experience. It can be small, subtle differences that can have a huge impact.”
— Nathanael Boehm