UX designer, organiser of things, occasional pundit.
*phew* When your edge-cases have so many branching paths that they start to resemble an AI problem, it’s time to step back and try something else.
…eative process for developing technological solutions repeats the lazy act of drawing a screen. […] We learn fascinating things, then we draw a lazy rectangle.”
…earn how to think like a designer in order to use the software to create smart, thoughtful designs. A great designer doesn’t just create a deliverable.
As a product designer, copywriting is part of your job. Just the same as animation, prototyping, coding, research, visual and interaction design is part of…
It doesn’t mean you have to be arrogant about all the things all the time, but you should be arrogant about the core insight that’s driving your pursuit. Whether you then publicly admit to this arrogance is less important.
…ve become so commonplace that beautiful and clean are almost baseline constraints for new projects. It’s like every designer had the same Pinterest coffeeshop fever dream, and decided the whole world had to become lifestyle-chic.