Microsoft is writing new rules for 18 women in Guatemala that could spread worldwide.
There is a new and fresh trend in design that involves a prominent use of gradients in UI, branding, illustration, typography and more. It seems like we got bored of all the existing colors in the world, so we started to create new ways to use them.
This designer's answer to the question — “As a UX or UI, designer, how do I know when and where to implement motion to support usability?”
We can’t be expected to know on Day One how to turn that shit brief into the next masterpiece!
Without realizing it, biases can manifest themselves into our design decisions. How can we create systems that respond to diversity and measure the impact it will have on the end user?
Professional ethics exists in various fields, but how does it manifest itself in user experience design? What can be done to provide users with products that put their interests up front, and how do brands do it?