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How can product design get you a faster, better and cheaper solution to your users’ problem.

Just a disclaimer: this won’t be one of the case studies full of flashy UI design, broadly spread tinted shadows and hypothetical products. This study will be about process. Our discovery process, our thought processes and mental tools we use, our development process and of course binding it all together — our design process.

This is a story of real feature, with real teams, not super sexy, but something that might inspire you to take a different and wider point of view when designing…


How do you make sure the stuff you design is great and *stays* great?

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an antique hand plane tool with golden square overlay.

Whenever you’ve worked in a team of designers, there has certainly been a time when somebody asked a question: “Guys, how do we know we’re doing a good job? Is the stuff we design good or just meh?”.

Of course, you’ll get a lot of answers to this when you do a good usability testing of your design (I shouldn’t stress that you should do that, right?) or when you talk to your user/customer/stakeholder (I don’t need to stress this one either 😉 ). But what about the time before usability testing? And the month or two, or six after…


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At least a virtual Pastel de Nata for you :)

Even thought this year we couldn’t enjoy lovely Lisbon with amazing black coffee in one hand and Pastel de Nata in other, the conference was nevertheless filled with great content. So I dove into workshops and talks at Virtual UXLx 2020 with a cup of tea, takeout food and in a comfy chair at home instead. Let me give you a curated sum-up of my UXLx 2020.

Systemic Design

My first day was dedicated to a whole day workshop about Systemic Design with Sabrina Tarquini from Belgian agency Namahn.

If you (like me) didn’t know what to expect from the term “Systemic…


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Hi and welcome to the 3rd edition of Kentico Design newsletter.

Every now and then, we pick a couple of articles from our designers, bits of design inspiration, and invitations to our events as well as recommendations for interesting meet-ups and community events.


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Hi and welcome to the 2nd edition of Kentico Design newsletter.

Every now and then, we pick a couple of articles from our designers, bits of design inspiration, and invitations to our events as well as recommendations for interesting meet-ups and community events.


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Hello and welcome to the 1st edition of Kentico Design newsletter.

Every now and then, we pick a couple of articles from our designers, bits of design inspiration, and invitations to our events as well as recommendations for interesting meet-ups and community events.

Peter Rod

Designer, senior member of @KenticoDesign team.

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