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Issue 287


Over-complicated? Over-simplified? The UX Efficient Frontier
Designing products for experts and employees is not the same as designing large consumer base products.

Form design: multiple inputs versus one input
The problem with multiple inputs and why it’s usually unnecessary.

Designing empathy through user research
Making your insights heard by the right people while pitching the values of user research in the process.

Finding your confidence as a designer
How to do your best work in a less than ideal environment.

Design Presentations
10 steps to help you crush your next design presentation.


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Tools and Resources

Framer for Web
Framer is now available over the web and there is a free plan.

Nice Very Nice
A design inspirational library featuring UX components, patterns, examples and inspiration.

Above the Fold plugin for Sketch
Make sure your most important elements will be visible every time on every device.

UX Portfolio

Javier Yep
Javier is a Product Designer at DocuSign.

Last But Not Least

Designing for Dory
Your users don’t know what they’re doing, why they’re doing it, or how they got there in the first place.

“Testing with one user early in the project is better than testing with 50 near the end.”
— Steve Krug

Thanks to this issue’s sponsor:
Interaction Design Foundation