Mike is a Design Manager in UX at Google where he focuses on fostering the design culture. Prior to Google, he was a co-founder of Cuban Council.
Great wrap-up to the article.
Why not just evolving the palette? Is that ready a big enough trade off to abandon the approach?
Creative idea, but not executed well visually could be confusing and misleading, or unfindable altogether.
How did you discover that? Did you test with any users or did you deduce based on your own experiments? Either way, you might want to unpack the findings/data a bit to help make the argument convincing.
Why specifically this ticker and not just the ability to compare against a benchmarking symbol?
Why does elegant matter? You might want to articulate this better.
Repetitive, you use “popularity” 4 words earlier.
I’m not familiar with Robinhood, maybe introduce what it is first?
Great read, easy for anyone to relate, nice work Chik! Now get back to making me that sunset! :P
Absolutely Tony! Not only did we look at the diversity of design programs, but also culture, gender, race, as well as other factors, like U.S. employment eligibility, etc.