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There are plenty of design books out there, such as the classics Don’t Make Me Think or Design of Everyday Things. And there are so many more books that are helpful and insightful for product designers and UX designers alike. What kind of books can you find below? Good question! They are. . .
Google Chrome is the most popular browser for desktop and mobile devices. It is well known for developers and designers. Even though it has built-in features for developers such developer tools, there are extensions which make chrome even powerful. Today we are looking at some great chrome extensions for designers.
Facebook started as a single app. Now, 15 years later, we offer a suite of products that help people connect to their friends and family, find communities and grow businesses. These apps and technologies have shared infrastructure for years and the teams behind them frequently work together. This is the next step in our. . .
We all want to be original, right? We want to stand out and be known for something unique — the best shoe company, the best product designer, the best coffee brand. But how are we supposed to get there if we’re not willing to walk the uncommon path? Time to get your trailblazer face on.
Recently, I hosted a Fireside Chat about how to best communicate the value of design with Leanne Waldal and Kerry Rodden . While we discussed the various reasons why design is seen as overly-qualitative or “squishy,” we all agreed that the path towards securing the respect design deserves boils down to one key idea. . .
Can you guess which design disciplines are in high demand these days? We recently surveyed over 17K designers and design teams in our Global Design Survey to better understand the job growth of different designer roles in today’s landscape. We wanted to find out, which types of design jobs are companies. . .
The term “skeuomorphic design” may have sent you to Google or Dictionary.com faster than you can say it (probably because it’s also hard to pronounce). So let’s break it down: skeuomorphic designs are designs that mimic elements of real-life products and features. Skeuomorphismis applied when designers want. . .
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