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Issue 451


Is the New Deal for business leading by design?
Five leaders from across design and product management (PM) weigh in on design helping drive the product.

5 things I learned as a product designer
A look back at a 10-year journey at Amazon, Walmart, and startups.

Making Indeed’s UX Design Principles
Inside the collaborative approach a content designer used to get a UX organization of hundreds on the same page.

Sit, Siri! Designing Our Tech to Have Good Etiquette
As designers, we should create experiences with that etiquette in mind.


Design in Figma, launch in Webflow
Turn your static designs into clean, production-ready code with the Figma to Webflow plugin. Learn how to copy and paste your Figma designs into Webflow to streamline your site build. The plugin translates Figma layers into their HTML and CSS equivalent — which is the code that Webflow generates when you visually design your site.

Learn about Brandeis University’s online master’s degree in User-Centered Design
The program is designed for working professionals looking to earn a high-quality education in a flexible format. Explore our program.

Tools and Resources

A free illustration collection by Pablo Stanley of black-and-white doodles of characters inspired by punk and sci-fi.

Deep Dive with Grace Ling
How Grace fast-tracked her learning journey, her playbook for breaking into a new company and practicals to stand-out as a designer in today’s job market.

Download, customize, edit and personalize over 180k+ open source icons.

UX/UI Product Design Roadmap
A diagram that outlines the main design topics and skills you need to know as a designer in 2023.

UX Portfolio

Ivette Felix Uy
Ivette is a Product Designer at Faire.

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

Last But Not Least

TextFX is an AI experiment designed to help writers and wordsmiths expand their process.

“There’s a whole new generation of designers that aren’t going to work for engineers. They’re going to sit alongside engineers. They’re not going to be told what to do by product managers. They’re going to help drive the product. Some of them are going to choose to drive companies. Because ultimately, what everyone wants is to have a product people love.”
— Brian Chesky, Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer, Airbnb

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