Launching your design system, part 2: incremental redesign

Launching a new design system can be an intimidating task. So what’s the best way to introduce your new design system to the rest of your company?...

My new website – Prototypr

I had made my first portfolio website last year. I shared my experiences here — My Experiences with Front-end Development. I was a little proud of having my creation out there, on...

How we use Freehand at InVision

We’ve noticed something recently here at InVision. Most of our teams have been using one of our tools to help design new and exciting products and experiences...

How Index Studio clarified communication to developers and won their clients back

Index Studio comprises a small, yet talented team of designers and developers with a penchant to deliver and develop well thought out solutions to client ideas/briefs. They offer UX/UI Design...

How Design Thinking causes restless reinvention – UX Planet

How IBM changed their culture from the ground upThis fourth post in the series explores how Design Thinking causes a change in culture from the ground up in large organisations. Read...

Designing conversations for bots and AI

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Don’t Use The Placeholder Attribute — Smashing Magazine

About The Author Eric is a Boston-based designer who helps create straightforward solutions that address a person’s practical, physical, cognitive, and emotional needs using … More about Eric… The placeholder attribute contains a...

How Predictive Analytics Can Improve Your Mobile App

Everyone does this predicting thing: financial analysts, business people, product guys, politicians, you name it. They do this for various purposes.For app makers, predictive analytics can be that magic crystal...

How a team made form-filling more fun

Do you: “Strongly Agree — Agree — Somewhat Agree — Neutral — Somewhat Disagree — Disagree — Strongly Disagree?” Ugh. The Likert scale. If you’ve ever filled out a form (or had to collect data) using one of these, you’ll know...

Moderated vs unmoderated usability testing: which do you need?

The pros and cons of moderated and unmoderated usability testing — get clued up in less than 10 minutes!Users shouldn’t have to think too hard when they land on your site or app....

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5 Things I learned as a UX Designer – Prototypr

It has been a very interesting journey working as a UX designer for me. I am loving it, and every day I am...

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