UX Collective

Journey: lessons from the amazing journey of being a designer → 
About two years ago I set myself the goal of writing articles that invite reflection more than anything; topics that can help newcomer designers step back from the day-to-day craft and think about our discipline at large.
Food for thought
On business & craft →
Finding the balance between profitability and the passion for your craft.
On paying attention →
It’s hard to see new things if you don’t know how to pay attention and cut through the noise.
On sharing insights →
Shopify UX team on delighting your UX team with a design system contribution.
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Stories from the community
Do products dream of living forever? →

A designer’s dive into longevity in software products.

Dungeons & Dragons & Design Thinking →

Role-playing games are also about developing empathy.

Design principles are dead →

The more obscure, the more they are misused as an alibi to hide behind.

Visual hierarchy: design principles in action →

Contrast, whitespace, proximity, symmetry, and more.

More top stories:
How to structure your UX portfolio →

How being a salesperson made me a better designer →

UX candidates are asking the wrong questions →
News & ideas
Screenless luxury →
Screens used to be for the elite; now avoiding them is a status symbol.
UI bot
An experiment on how far one could automate the generation of visual designs.
Kids, the game →
A mesmerizing iOS art game about the human collective.
3-act structure →
How to apply the famous structure to art, storytelling, and design.
Tools & resources
Landing Pagr →
A free editing tool to write your landing page copy on.
AMB-1 →
An automatic mood board creator; just add images to a Dropbox folder.
Full Stack Open →
A free course about modern web development in collab with the University of Helsinki.
Diez →
A unified design system language across codebases, platforms, and teams.
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