A speculative project that challenged me to fully consider a range of interface states.
Since its beginnings in the 1800s, design as a profession has grown to the point that it now touches almost every aspect of our lives. But we still often assume it’s just about decoration.
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A speculative project that would challenge me to confront the differences between print and web application design.
Earlier this week, Amanda and I taught a workshop for the Northeastern University Women in Tech group.
Focus on one project at a time. Bonus: see what DockYarders do outside work!
Using self-reflection as a means to build character and confidence as a designer.
Reintroducing materials into a web design process.
Spend the time to talk about assumptions upfront. You'll save effort and frustration on any project.
Look at fall leaves to see colors in context
Collaborative documentation for the road ahead
A design change is not just a design change
Due diligence to repair a meaningful technique
Comparing how Design Sprints and Design Discovery can benefit your business
Recognizing preferred interactions of users
Three simple practices for designing in a limited amount of time
Reflections on the experience of creating the new DockYard
Part 2 of 4 in the UX color series
Look at expectations, people, and surroundings to help you accomplish that dream project
I'm making repeat patterns. How about you?