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Prototyping

Make Fully Functional Prototypes to Improve Usability Testing

View the original post Launching a successful digital product takes a lot of effort. Working hard, however, does not ensure that users will adopt your product.  The truth is users may resign from your product because you haven’t tested the product before release.  If you skipped creating an advanced, fully functional prototype and decided to […]

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Selecting The Right Open-Source Project in React Ecosystem

View the original post Open source projects provide a unique way to work collaboratively with other people and learn through teamwork. It’s not rocket science, but it’s safe to say that a lot goes into choosing the right open source project in the React ecosystem.  So, for anyone looking to take up on a challenge […]

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What is an Affinity Diagram and How It Can Help You

View the original post The affinity diagram offers a framework for grouping information, be it data, user needs, opinions, insights, or other data types.  Affinity diagrams are when you put each concept, idea, or thought onto a small piece of notepaper. Then, you group ideas by different categories to see what the affinity of the […]

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What is a Storybook and why you need it in your product team

View the original post Building a UI component library makes it so much easier for your team to create designs that work well, conform to your brand’s style guide, and pass their work on to the developers who ultimately code products and release them to the world. In the long run, a UI component library […]

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Design Systems

Top 8 Design System Examples

View the original post Many companies, such as Airbnb and Uber, have already switched to using a unique design system of their own. Constant innovation within the industry is an essential aspect of setting a brand apart from the competition and improving the user experience, especially for brands that operate on a global scale. Thanks […]

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HTML Line Spacing: The Fine Line Between Good and Bad UX Design

View the original post HTML line spacing — the vertical space between two lines of text within a paragraph — isn’t the most exciting thing in the UX design world, but it matters more than you think. This styling element involves Experience Strategy and Interaction Design — two of the four UX design quadrants used […]

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Try Storybook Integration: Say Goodbye to Design-Dev Inconsistencies

View the original post Just a few weeks ago, we wrote about our game-changing Storybook integration, which helps designers and developers break the silos and improve the UI consistency by using code components when building prototypes. Based on our Merge technology, the integration lets you harvest the power of code, use it to build advanced […]

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9 Design Thinking Tools for Turning a Creative Vision into a Usable Interface

View the original post Design thinking is a collaborative, iterative process that, over time, delivers design solutions based on human feedback. The concept combines the problem-solving basis of design with empathy for the end-user. Design thinking tools are used to facilitate this evolutionary process. Before we take a close look at some of the best […]

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Tips for Designers Interested in Advanced UX/UI

View the original post Your company website is more than a collection of related pages. It’s a dynamic place where two online entities meet and interact: the business behind the site and the visitor who lands there in search of information, services to use, or products to buy. What happens in that meeting place is […]

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Design Systems

Webinar Wrap-Up: From Style Guide to Interactive Design System in Enterprise

View the original post When Ben Shectman came to Johnson & Johnson as a Certified Design Leader, he found useful tools for establishing visual and verbal guidelines across digital design projects. Unfortunately, the guides came as PDFs that made it challenging for designers to follow the established rules. Whenever uncertain, they would have to confirm […]