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Issue 439


Ticketmaster: the UX of a true monopoly
Behind the growing ticket sales and returning user base, lies a troubled experience with fundamental problems.

The Rhythm of Your Screen
A screen without intentional rhythm will lose attention as it is being scanned.

AR design: harnessing the magic, mitigating the danger
AR designers are the magicians of our time. Here’s what they need to know to safely re-enchant the world.

Product-Led Growth and UX
Product-led growth is a try-before-you-buy business strategy where the product experience informs how all areas of the business function.


When and why a design team needs DesignOps
As design teams grow, the complexity of them increases exponentially. Find out how Zeplin and DesignOps go hand in hand to keep workflows and collaboration efficient for both designers and their stakeholders. Learn more

Tools and Resources

Course: Introduction to design systems
This course will walk you through the entire design system journey—from fundamental concepts to building and documenting your system.

Generative AI now in Photoshop
Generate content from inside Photoshop with a text prompt and edit it with Photoshop’s comprehensive range of tools to create extraordinary results.

Fluent 2 Design System
Explore the next evolution of Microsoft’s design system, enabling more seamless collaboration and creativity than ever.

Unleash your creativity with Diagram’s AI-powered design tools.

FigJam for iPad
FigJam is now available on your iPad.

LottieFiles Figma plugin
Create animations and bring your private animation library to Figma.

UX Portfolio

Roman Tesliuk
Roman is a Product Designer based in Berlin.

Looking to find your next UX gig? Join my UX talent collective and check out the UX job board.

Last But Not Least

Raising capital for inclusive design
We all have the ability to design a better inclusive world, by raising the right forms of capital around us.

“It doesn’t matter when we start. It doesn’t matter where we start. All that matters is that we start.”
— Simon Sinek

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