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The Case Study Factory →

As editors of a large-scale online design publication, we receive a high volume of emails every week pitching case studies to be published on our site. Most of what we receive is from students and designers just starting out who are looking for an opportunity to have their work reach a broader audience.

But given the plethora of case studies out there, how can companies find the talent they are looking for? And how can designers differentiate themselves when applying to a position? 

To be able to answer these questions, we decided to step back and try to figure out why so many case studies were being produced in the first place.

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News & ideas
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World’s Worst UI →
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Tools & resources
ProtoPie 4.0 →
Everyone’s fave tool now offers components.
 
Summarize App →
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AI-Driven Design →
E-book on how to design meaningful experiences in the AI era.
Duotone Icons →
A duotone icon style now available as part of Font Awesome Pro.
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Fabricio Teixeira
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