Silhouette of two construction workers on a scaffold
Silhouette of two construction workers on a scaffold
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If you’re a designer in technology I am fairly certain you know design debt. It’s that insight that never made it to the implementation phase, that solution that was deemed not important enough to build, or the ever-growing number of styles within the application due to the lack of a UI style guide. The list goes on and on. To my knowledge the term was coined by Ward Cunningham who said:

“Design debt is all the good design concepts or solutions that you skipped in order to reach short-term goals. It’s all the corners you cut during or after the design stage, the moments when somebody said: “Forget it, let’s do it the simpler way, the users will make do”. …


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Hace unos días se dio a conocer que la producción nacional cayó en Mayo un 7.5% en términos interanuales, en gran parte (pero no completamente) debido a la pandemia del COVID-19. …


A table displaying a set of tools, like a hammer, an axe and gloves
A table displaying a set of tools, like a hammer, an axe and gloves
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If you’re anything like me, as a designer you want your organization to understand, respect, and help you build your design practice. …

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Antonio Solano

At the intersection of interaction design, data visualization and health sciences. I help make clinical data more accessible to researchers at TriNetX

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