Things I found on the web this week (10th August)

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This week: How Elon Musk keeps his ideas relevant, tools for hiring rockstar designers, why user onboarding can make or break your app, create better marketing with design thinking.

Here are the things I found interesting on the web this week.

Happy reading!
@jennybee

// USER ONBOARDING THINGS

How to Approach User Onboarding

If your onboarding isn’t up to scratch you could be losing 50% (or more) of your first time users. Learn why it matters and how to do it well.

// DESIGN THINGS

How To Give Helpful Product Design Feedback

A helpful guide to giving meaningful feedback to your design team, whether they sit next to you or are part of an outsourced team.

Design for Fingers, Touch and People, Part 3

It’s worth also checking out Part 1 and Part 2 of this article. But this is a good summary of the things your designers should be thinking about when they design your app.

// ELON MUSK THINGS

How Elon Musk Always Leverages the Next Big Thing to Stay Relevant

“Starting and growing a business is as much about the innovation, drive, and determination of the people behind it as the product they sell.” — Elon Musk

// DESIGN THINKING THINGS

Embrace Design Thinking to Create More Relevant Marketing

This is a great introduction to the power of design thinking and how you can apply to your business to better understand and engage your users.

Empathy Maps: The Business of Putting Users First

Simply, empathy maps get [you] thinking about the users you want to serve and not about the product you want to build.

// HIRING DESIGNERS THINGS

How to evaluate a designer with a design exercise

Tips from Google for anyone who need to hire a designer. Here’s how to make sure you get the best talent for your startup.

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