One man design department at @Kontist.
I think chat at work is, eventually, going to burn us all out.
A small, but impactful design choice we made in creating Twist was to leave out the online presence indicator.
1. Numerical data is right-aligned2. Textual data is left-aligned3. Headers are aligned with their data3½. Don’t use center alignment.
I had to watch these f***ing “egghead” videos to learn redux
Use lines instead of text: Sometimes you don’t have to use real words to get your message across. It’s amazing what a few fuzzy lines can do.
This time, participants had a much easier time telling us when they’d use this feature. And all we really did was change the order of the words.
If your magic moment isn’t obvious to your team, your product probably won’t work, so spend time figuring this out.
Once you’ve figured it out, optimize your onboarding experience so new users experience the magic moment as quickly as possible.
…ing how to collaborate with others. But it’s a technique more senior designers should remember too. Using I in a statement hinders the point you’re trying to make.
e it … it in fascinating and curious ways. Users hack your product to make it do what they want it to do. You have to search deeply for these behaviors and hacks, unlock them, and then, Get Out Of The Way.