Four Things Great Designers Care About
All great designers care about people, the craft, the why, and authenticity.
Microsoft’s Experimental Keyboard Aims To Solve A Major Mobile UX Problem
Microsoft is experimenting with keyboard ribbons as a solution to multitasking between apps.
What is Product Design?
A summarized transcript from the first lecture of the Intro to Digital Product Design course at Cornell University.
Getting (Dis)Connected: Shallow Interaction Design For Deeper Human Experiences
Shallow interaction design promotes surface-level interactions with technology devices to minimize distraction.
All-in-one Analytics and Feedback
Hotjar is a new and easy way to truly understand your web and mobile site visitors. Identify your hottest opportunities for improvement using: Heat Maps, Recordings, Funnels, Forms, Polls and Surveys.
Tools & Resources
The Complete List of User Experience (UX) Resources & Tools
Over 100 links to the best UX books, courses, newsletters, and tools out there. If you need more, check out my curated list of UX resources.
Digest is a community for you to write, share & learn about all things UX.
Printable device sketch sheet templates for UX & UI designers.
Peek in shows you what your users are doing in real time, so you always knows what’s going on.
We often don’t take into account sound when designing experiences. Here is 2100+ hand-crafted sounds for designers.
Apple TV app designs & patterns for inspiration on your next project.
Create prototypes on-the-go on mobile devices and easily export your artboards to Sketch.
Karen’s case studies show selected work that focus on her process.
Senior Visual Designer – UX Team at MaxPoint – Morrisville, NC
MaxPoint is searching for an enthusiastic Senior Visual Designer to join their multidisciplinary UX team.
Last But Not Least
Using your UX Design skills on the one product that needs it most
We use our skills every day to design products people love but we should also apply those skills to ourself.
“Usability is like love. You have to care, you have to listen, and you have to be willing to change. You’ll make mistakes along the way, but that’s where growth and forgiveness come in.”
— Jeffrey Zeldman
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