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Issue 275


A brief guide to design feedback
A guide to establishing consistent guidelines for giving and receiving feedback on the design, as well as reviewing and approving design as a group.

The most important overlooked design skill
One skill that is always present in successful designers is the ability to critically conduct a retrospective on your work post-shipping.

Calculating ROI for Design Projects in 4 Steps
Prove the value of your design efforts by estimating return on investment.

When it comes to design, your eyes are way better than maths
A quick look at how mathematics is not the ultimate source of design truth.

Delightful interactions that change how you think about email
A look at some of the design details of the Tempo app.


Land A UX Job On Vettery
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Tools and Resources

Open Peeps
A hand-drawn illustration library.

Our plans for Cloud in 2020
Sketch’s plans to make Cloud the best place to share work and collaborate.

Announcing Zeplin 3.0–3 million users, 2 new features, 1 source of truth
A new version for Zeplin including the ability to connect components.


All the talks from Figma’s 1st conference

UX Portfolio

Belen Tenorio
Belen is a hybrid Senior Product and Brand Designer at Pinterest.

Last But Not Least

Don Norman: Why is recycling so difficult?
Don Norman wrote the book on complex design systems. He’s as mystified by recycling as the rest of us.

β€œIt is relatively easy to design for the perfect cases, when everything goes right, or when all the information required is available in proper format.”
β€” Don Norman