Using an AI-powered command bar as either the primary tool of navigation or output.
Creativity as a system
Creativity when optimized, produce higher quality work and inch closer to mastery.
The future of design systems is complicated
Industry experts talk about how they’re managing the future of design systems—from tooling to automation to accessibility.
CASTLE Framework for Workplace Applications UX
CASTLE offers a complementary assessment framework for UX that focuses on the needs of internal product teams.
Typographic Hierarchy in Print, Web & App Design
How to leverage the two main principles of visual hierarchy in typography.
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Tools and Resources
UX Podcasts For Designers
A collection of podcasts that cover every possible aspect of UX.
Figma to Webflow
Design websites in Figma, launch in Webflow.
A design tool that creates functional graphics.
Design and prototype on a spatial canvas together.
Yann-Edern is a Product Designer at Specify and the 2022 Framer Awards winner.
Principal Product Designer @ Udemy (Remote)
As a Principal Growth Designer, you will lead UX strategy and execution for Udemy’s global consumer and B2B learning products.
Last But Not Least
“Everyone Used to Be a Designer”
In 2023, being a ‘designer’ has been reduced to assembling prefab visual components and templated structures.
“You’ll never stumble upon the unexpected if you stick only to the familiar.”
— Ed Catmull
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