Designing an intuitive user flow for inviting teammates
Two common approaches used to get the invite flow right.
Unmoderated User Tests: How and Why to Do Them
The 6 steps for running unmoderated usability testing.
Presenting your design to stakeholders
Some tips and tricks that you may consider before presenting your designs to your team and stakeholders.
The fallacy of easy
On “ease-of-use” and accountability in design.
To Show the Value of UX, We Must Show the Work of UX
The most successful UX design leaders don’t wait until the end of the project to share the UX design.
Land A UX Job On Vettery
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Tools and Resources
Discover the mental models of your users with card sorting.
Open-source icon font with 1380+ beautiful line icons.
Try font combinations and see how they look in your project.
The Path of a Generalist (feat. Pablo Stanley) – Design Details
Pablo talks about his path following a wide range of interests and shares his thoughts about the controversy surrounding his Open Doodles project.
Making Motion Inclusive
A presentation at An Event Apart Denver by Val Head.
Shannon has been a design intern at places like GM Cruise, Robinhood, and Frog Design.
Last But Not Least
How Dark Mode Really Affects Us
A look at what the data suggests about dark mode and how you can use this information to determine how and when it should be used.
“Accessible design is good design.”
— Steve Ballmer