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Respect is the one value ›

If I could pick one design value for everyone to follow, it is "treat your users with respect".  Respect their time, their dignity, their abilities, their means. Figure out what that means for them, in the context you're working in, and work to deliver respect.

How “good design” failed us ›
What would design look like if its primary aim weren’t profit? 
 
The role of UX writing in ethics ›
Examples of manipulative language and how to handle it as a writer.
 
Writing better link labels ›
Specific link text sets sincere expectations and fulfills them, and is substantial enough to stand alone while remaining succinct.

News 
& ideas

 
Thumbnails for good ›
Why The Guardian is now stamping the year a story was published on its social thumbnail.
 
Mueller's report ›
These 5 designers imagined book covers for Mueller's Report.
 
Diversity & inclusion ›
This company has shared its internal D&I guidebook with principles and policies.
 
Spotify’s new player ›
A look behind the scenes at designing and building Spotify’s new web player.
 
Dataviz errors ›
The Economist shares errors and learnings from their recent data visualization projects.
 

From the 
community

 
How to create a culture of open design ›

The solution is making design a more transparent process. The problem? Well…

Generalist versus specialist? How about a misshapen comb ›

The relationship between T-shaped designers, unicorns, combs and caterpillars.

Shopping cart, bag or basket? ›

Ever had this question while trying to design your e-commerce website? 

 
More highlights:

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Please, don’t replace the bar with the drawer

02

Why “make it work like Turbotax” is my least favorite request

03

Creating shared food experiences across different cultures
  
 
 
 
 

 

Tools 
& resources

 
Trigger cards ›
A set of ideation cards for design, creativity, innovation and workshops.
 
Figma refresh ›
An inside look at Figma’s process of redesigning their UI.
 
Editor.js ›
Next-generation block styled editor, free to use and share.
 
Awesome tools ›
A library of design tools organized by category and function.
 
Nolt ›
Collect feedback in a central place where your users can interact with.
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