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Comprehensive Anatomy of All Design Thinking Workshops
Getting to the core of Workshops.
With the myriad of design workshops out there, it becomes easy to see them as different processes (that'll devour your sticky notes), but turns out, they're all more similar than you'd think. Here's a bookmark-worthy beakdown...
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10 Figma Tricks I Wish I Knew Earlier
You've definitely not tried them all.
Regardless of how long you've been using a tool, every once in a while you're amazed by tricks that make you feel like a noob again. Here's a handful for Figma you'll be happy to see.
How to convince company leadership to care about accessibility — a guide
The accessibility talk.
Not complying with basic accessibility guidelines isn't just a pain for your users, but it might bite you back 3x as hard. So if upper management still isn't quite sold on it's importance, these reasons will make them rethink their priorities.
The UI & UX Tips Collection: Volume Two.
"Subtlety is the name of the game here"
We've said it and we'll say it again, "the devil is in the details". So here's another set of small, but mighty UI tips & tricks that'll instantly make things feel better.
How do you design a store for both kids and adults? With playful design curiosity
Creating an identity to resonate with both kids and adults is no small feat, especially for a clothing shop, but by taking advantage of its unique typeface, Le Fanfare made in-store shopping less frustrating.
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Cards for Humanity
The kinder pack.
Inclusive design is a win-win for everyone, but too often gets sidelined, so this design studio made a game to help anyone test your product from a different perspective. And they have a Figma Plugin too!