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Want design articles on the go? Join designer & host Ryan Stone as he reads brief articles to you from top blogs in the design industry (with permission, of course). Topics include user experience, design systems, workflow, career growth, and more. Let’s standup, and design a better world.

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Want design articles on the go? Join designer & host Ryan Stone as he reads brief articles to you from top blogs in the design industry (with permission, of course). Topics include user experience, design systems, workflow, career growth, and more. Let’s standup, and design a better world.

    #035: The Seven Stages of the Design Craft – and How to Get to the Next One by Fabricio Teixeira of UX Collective

    #035: The Seven Stages of the Design Craft – and How to Get to the Next One by Fabricio Teixeira of UX Collective

    Fabricio crafts a splendid breakdown of the 7 stages of design craft, highlighting the primary KPIs and action items to help you get to the next stage.
     
    About the author:
    Fabricio Teixeira is a design director at Work & Co based in Brooklyn, NY. Founder of UX Collective. A big believer in user-centered design and knowledge sharing. Learn more about Fabricio at https://fabricio.work/.
     
    Original post:
    http://bit.ly/2V59ICs 
     
    Blog:
    https://uxdesign.cc

     

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    #034: How People Make Decisions by Susan Weinschenk of Smashing Magazine

    #034: How People Make Decisions by Susan Weinschenk of Smashing Magazine

    Behavioral scientist Susan Weinshchenk tells us four facts about decision making which are sure to surprise you.
     
    About the author:
    Susan has a Ph.D.in Psychology and over 30 years of experience as a behavioral scientist. She speaks, consults, teaches, and writes about applying behavioral science to design, technology, and business. Follow Susan at https://twitter.com/thebrainlady.
     
    Original post:
    http://bit.ly/2OyOdb1 
     
    Blog:
    https://www.smashingmagazine.com/

     

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    #033: [Part 2] Principles For Designing Better Products by Eugen Eşanu of UX Planet

    #033: [Part 2] Principles For Designing Better Products by Eugen Eşanu of UX Planet

    Eugen finishes describing his four principles for designing better products.
     
    About the author:
    Eugen is the Creative Director & Founder of Laroche.co, a creative studio from Amsterdam that helps businesses design & make digital products. Read more articles by Eguen at https://uxplanet.org/@eugenesanu.
     
    Original post:
    https://bit.ly/2U7HoTH 
     
    Blog:
    https://uxplanet.org/

     

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    #032: [Part 1] Principles For Designing Better Products by Eugen Eşanu of UX Planet

    #032: [Part 1] Principles For Designing Better Products by Eugen Eşanu of UX Planet

    Eugen begins to describe his four principles for designing better products.
     
    About the author:
    Eugen is the Creative Director & Founder of Laroche.co, a creative studio from Amsterdam that helps businesses design & make digital products. Read more articles by Eguen at https://uxplanet.org/@eugenesanu.
     
    Original post:
    https://bit.ly/2U7HoTH 
     
    Blog:
    https://uxplanet.org/

     

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    #031: Why We Unfairly Judge Other Designers AND Staying in Touch with What Users Want by Eric Karkovack of speckyboy

    #031: Why We Unfairly Judge Other Designers AND Staying in Touch with What Users Want by Eric Karkovack of speckyboy

    Eric of speckyboy describes why we often judge our fellow designers unfairly, and four ways to consistently design with users in mind.
     
    About the author:
    Eric has been a professional web designer since 1996. He also writes for both consumers and other pros. He is the voice of reason in a sometimes irrational industry. Read more articles from Eric at https://speckyboy.com/author/erickarkovack/. 
     
    Original posts:
    https://speckyboy.com/judge-other-designers/ 
    https://speckyboy.com/staying-in-touch-with-what-users-want/ 
     
    Blog:
    https://speckyboy.com/

     

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    • 12 min
    #030: People Who Get Hired Don’t Get Hired AND AI, Machine Learning and Computational Design: How the Products You Design Today Are Shaping Your Future by Jennifer Aldrich of UX Rocks

    #030: People Who Get Hired Don’t Get Hired AND AI, Machine Learning and Computational Design: How the Products You Design Today Are Shaping Your Future by Jennifer Aldrich of UX Rocks

    Jennifer Aldrich makes recommendations for handling job rejection, and the many ways designers can influence the future of AI.
     
    About the author:
    Jennifer Aldrich is the Senior Manager of Design Community Partnerships at InVisionApp and a blogger at User Experience Rocks. Her career focus has mainly centered on product design, usability testing, user research and content strategy. Follow Jennifer at https://twitter.com/jma245. 
     
    Original posts:
    http://bit.ly/2Yz4m4z 
    https://bit.ly/2Hneszw 
     
    Blog:
    https://userexperiencerocks.wordpress.com/

     

    Categories:
    #tech #ai #career #ux

     
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