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  • Make Words Your Greatest UX Weapon

    by Becky Pierson

    That’s what Copywriters are for right? Content Strategists? Definitely! However, words are part of the user experience and at minimum, the first pass, belongs to UX Designers. Not only do clients appreciate seeing the first look of their product with copy that isn’t in Latin, but users appreciate it too. I’ve walked out of many

  • How Design Systems Give Small Businesses a Fighting Chance

    by Matt Ellis

    At heart, design systems are all about efficiency. Streamlining tasks, removing redundancies in the process, encouraging communication and collaboration — these money- and time-saving benefits are what makes designs systems so attractive to tech startups and small businesses. How attractive? According to our 2018 UX report, 69% of 3,157 designers surveyed said they were currently

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  • What’s New in March

    by Julia Haleniuk

    March just like any other month brought us some meaningful improvements, various bug fixes, and an entirely new feature we couldn’t wait for — API Requests. Clearly, not as many as you saw in January and February, but that’s because we’re preparing for the big stuff in April. Here’s what we’ve managed to accomplish in

  • Are UI Patterns Like Cartoon Characters?

    by Rui Ramalhete

    This article was cowritten with Aniko Kocsis. Have you ever watched the movie Snow White? Did you notice she moved  exactly the same way as characters from your other favorite childhood movies? I hadn’t either. Recently, I found an article about recurring animations in cartoons. And now, I completely get it. They are much like

  • The Subtle Detail That Gives A Design Its Entire Personality

    by Adam Fairhead

      What’s the biggest difference between your designs and a $20 template? Companies ask themselves this every time they enter the market. With the widespread advertising from website builder tools, it’s an entirely rational question to ask. What do you have that they don’t? Turns out, there’s one subtle detail that gives design its entire personality…

    • Designing for a Dev Environment in 9 Steps

      by Jane Ashley

      Agile is the most common methodology for software product development today. And, it makes sense. In the waterfall days, designers and developers followed requirements that were hundreds of pages long. Products were fully designed, and then fully developed. When the product was eventually released, there was no time to go back and fix what didn’t

    • Build A Design System from Scratch in 7 Steps

      by Matt Ellis

      What do you think of faster project turnarounds? How about consistency in all of your products? Does better UX and customer satisfaction sound good to you? This isn’t some new miracle product that’s available to buy — but you can build it yourself. Designs systems are sweeping the tech world right now, with advocates like Trello, Atlassian, Stacks, and Shopify (Check out


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