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Issue 369


Five design trends set to visually shape 2022
How last year’s trends might change and evolve in the new year.

The good, the bad and the toggle
A dissection of the toggle, checkbox, radio button, and related components.

What I learned growing a design team
6 learnings from a new design leader.

Composition-Based Design System In Figma
Figma supports some powerful concepts that can help with the flexibility and maintainability of a design system.


[Conference] Start 2022 with Harmony
Learn how to scale your design function, operations, and technology at the Harmony Summit. Hear from leaders at organizations like Disney and Microsoft on how their design teams collaborate with engineering, product, and the entire company to deliver beautiful products.

Tools and Resources

Figma Academy
Learn advanced design tactics directly in Figma. For a limited time, UX Design Weekly readers can get 20% off ($100) using code UXDW100

Biased by Design
A resource for cultivating awareness of when and how cognitive bias can be introduced into the design process.

Toolkit for designing and generating layered NFTs.

Digital scratch paper for the web.

Wanda Design System
Wonderflow’s open-source design system built for digital products and experiences.

UX Portfolio

Oishee Sen
Oishee is an interaction and visual communication designer currently designing for Bookings and Outlook at Microsoft.

Last But Not Least

Should we all lose faith in UX?
UX, surveillance capitalism, and the “Banality of Evil”.

“An idea can turn to dust or magic depending on the talent that rubs against it.”
— Bill Bernbach

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Harmony Summit by Zeplin