…, we loved that resource so much that we wanted to share it with the world in a really focused way. I love how blunt it is: it’s not about deeply analyzing UX or understanding all the research or the team behind it, it’s just about keeping your eyes open and your visual gears moving, and there’s something to that simple habit.
While that may seem like a gimmick, it’s actually important for progressing design. DUT literally puts design at the center. It forces us to talk about it constructively, and anyone, regardless of skill, can say, “I didn’t like that,” and be contributing to design.