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Humans are weird.
- Buying myself → When does a model own her own image?
- American suicide → Why America is committing suicide right now.
- Meat paradox → An experiment on moral decision making.
The UX Collective is an ad-free platform that elevates unheard design voices all over the world, reaching over 386,500 designers every week. Curated by Fabricio Teixeira and Caio Braga.
Stories from the community
Prototyping isn’t optional anymore →
By Vasudha Mamtani
Gatekeeping in UX: what does research tell us? →
By Joana Vieira
Are iPads the future of product design? →
By Michal Malewicz
More top stories:
- The Social Dilemma experience → By Andy Bhattacharyya
- How to read at work → By Bill Chung
- Assumptions canvas, for more equitable and less problematic products → By dan turner
- UI Cheat Sheet: in-app notifications → By Tess Gadd
- Decolonizing Design: what exactly are we talking about when we use the term? → By Felipe Sbravate
- The usability of road signs → By Ketevan Phagava
”Industry experts tend to use a lot of jargon when talking about design — in some cases as a way to protect their position of specialists. Hopefully, as you grow into your career as a designer, you are not going to perpetuate that same type of practice.”
The Guide to Design →
Past & future
- Google sign-up → A tale of the Internet’s development.
- MacOS history → The untold history of macOS system preferences.
- Tangled web → A reflection on modern web development.
News & ideas
- Figma updates → Embracing the tension between code & design.
- Bland guidelines → A guide for brands that default to being bland.
- Disrespectful design → Turns out users aren’t stupid or lazy.
Featured work: Ezra W. Smith →
Tools & resources
- Nova app → A new take on the native Mac code editor.
- Physics simulations → Tiny experiments in bringing physics to the web.
- Reduced motion → Designing for people with motion sensitivities.
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