Figma for coding, multi-platform design systems, anti-racism chatbot — and more UX this week
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Maurice Woods: Your career isn’t the only measurement of success →
“I do feel the pressure to be a manager, but not by my team at Microsoft, but by the industry in total. So much of what we work for as designers come down to being a Director, VP, or head of design. At times, as an IC, I feel as though I am limiting my career opportunities because not every company supports a principal IC position.”
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Stories from the community
How to make an LGBTQ+ inclusive survey →
By Mei Ke
Designing a chatbot to flag racism in companies →
By Rosie Maharjan
Your UX is only as good as your organization →
By Wojtek Kutyla
Writing my first Figma plugin as a designer →
By Lennon Cheng
3 tips for Junior Designers looking for their first job →
By Michal Malewicz
More top stories:
- We’ve evolved past flat design. Where are we headed next? → By Bharat Arimilli
- Web Brutalism, seamfulness, and Notion → By Brandon Dorn
- Your next persona will be non-human — tools for environment-centered designers → By Monika Sznel
- How to solve a design problem? → By José Torre
- Retraining your ethnographic muscles for design ethnography → By Dr Benjamin Leclair
News & ideas
- Trillion dollars → Visualizing what a trillion dollars look like.
- AVIF has landed → A new, performance-optimized image format.
- Multi-systems → Introduction to multi-platform design systems.
- Observing order → An Investigation into ‘Order’ and ‘Chaos’. By Mark O'Neill
Tools & resources
- PlatformAbuse.org → A guide to safer product development.
- Git live → Like Figma, for code.
- CSS perspective → Diving into the perspective CSS attribute.
- System health → How to measure the health of a design system.
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