A weekly selection of design links, brought to you by your friends at the UX Collective.
5 principles for better designer-developer collaboration →
Prescriptive guides on how to hand off designs to developers are easy to follow and cross out from one’s list. But are they future-proof enough?
- Photo Privacy →
What are your photos revealing about you?
- Design Confidence →
Finding confidence in design decisions.
- What’s a Brand? →
What we’ve been asking our whole careers.
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Stories from the community
More top stories:
- What do we owe to each other? →
By Jonathon Colman
- Why you should always aim for open-ended conversations →
By Nikki Anderson
- Learning UX from the design of a biscuit →
By Yuvraj Shivhare
- More efficient Usability Testing with this template →
By Shane Doyle
- Using auto-layout components in Figma →
By Aleksei Kipin
- Guidelines for breadcrumbs design →
By Jeremiah Lam
- Staying motivated on Duolingo with good UX →
By Tim Lum
- A toolkit for living as a dyslexic designer →
By Rob Boyett
News & ideas
- Corporate Speak →
Why do corporations speak the way they do?
- 100 Women →
A century of Time Magazine’s women of the year.
- Negotiating Price →
A creative person’s guide to negotiating.
On remote work (yep, the virus)
- Remote Brainstorm →
How to brainstorm with your newly remote team. By Jen Goertzen
- Remote Makers →
Interviews with people working remotely.
- Remote Leadership →
Found yourself leading a remote design team?
Tools & resources
- Accessible Chrome →
New accessibility feature in ChromeDevTools.
- Remove Video BG →
Get rid of video backgrounds.
- Monalisa Font →
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