(Note: This post is by InVision’s own Stephanie Gonzalez.)

At my first job copywriting job in 2004, I worked with two designers: one “digital” designer called the webmaster, and one graphic designer who mostly produced print newsletters. With two designers in one department, we were hot stuff.

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To help get you rocking and rolling on your next project, we’ve collected 10 of our favorite microinteractions on Dribbble. And all of them were created using InVision Studio.

I appreciate the small things in life: a greeting smile from my neighbor, a tiny postcard from my mom, or a loyalty stamp card from my favorite coffee shop. When it comes to design, I always get excited by these same tiny details: meaningful transitions, cute animations, and microinteractions.


There are very few industries as dynamic and fast-paced as UX, and every year seems to bring a fresh wave of trends, challenges, and talking points.

Throughout 2018, we saw an increased focus on data-driven UX, accompanied by the rise of the UX researcher role. Privacy by design was also something of a hot topic in light of the GDPR, and a brand new buzzword arrived on the scene: DesignOps.

Image: Twenty20. This story is by Emily Stevens of CareerFoundry.

As 2018 comes to an end…

There’s no good design that isn’t accessible. In partnership with Dribbble, we’ve put together a series of Q&As with designers on the forefront of accessibility and inclusivity — this time, Gretchen Nash — for their thoughts, stories, and helpful hints.

What made you realize accessible design is important? When did it click?

It started early in my childhood, as I spent a…


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