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Issue 382


Designing big, complex products from scratch
3 tips for overcoming complexity and going from 0 to 1.

Designing Better Breadcrumbs
When we actually need breadcrumbs, how people use them, and how to design them better to speed up users’ navigation on our websites.

What Developers Need from UX Research
Insights from interviews with software engineers about how user research helps them create better experiences.

Data Tables: Four Major User Tasks
Table design should support four common user tasks: find records that fit specific criteria, compare data, view/edit/add a single row’s data, and take actions on records.

Design is about facilitation, not creation
Design is about facilitating interactions between systems, not creating artifacts.


Introducing Flows: A New Way to Communicate Design Intention
Zeplin Flows let designers spend more time on design, less time explaining design files to the rest of the team. Use Flows to effortlessly highlight user journeys with native connectors, groups, and text labels — no more extra layers. Your team will always be on the same page and know exactly what to build.

Tools and Resources

Pinterest’s design system.

A new AI system that can create realistic images and art from a description in natural language.

EightShapes Contrast Grid
Test many foreground and background color combos for compliance with WCAG 2.0 minimum contrast.

Simple design and prototyping tool.

Design Skill Tests by Uxcel
Measure your UX design knowledge with interactive tests.

UX Portfolio

Noa Dvoskin
Noa is a Senior UX Designer at Amazon.

Looking to find your next gig? Apply to my UX talent collective

UX Job

Senior Product Designer @ Secureframe (Remote)
Secureframe is looking for an early member of their product design team.

Want feature a job here? Check out my UX job board

Last But Not Least

Pixel Art Together
Create pixel art live with friends.

“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.”
— Jack Welch

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