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XD Design Interviews
June 21, 2017 / UX/UI Design

Be Your Authentic Self: An Adobe Experience Design Manager Talks About Pride at Work

It’s pride month, and to celebrate we’re talking about what it’s like to be openly LGBT+ in UX design and work at Adobe.

XD Trends
June 20, 2017 / UX/UI Design

UXperts Weigh In: Designs We Love, June Edition

To celebrate June, we asked a handful of UXperts to share the apps, websites, and even video games they’re loving right now, and tell us why they’re stellar examples of UX and UI design.

XD Design Interviews
June 14, 2017 / UX/UI Design

Adding Delightful Details without Sacrificing UX: Top Tips from Dropbox’s Product Designer

A little delight in design can go a long way when it comes to creating websites and apps, but how much is too much? We asked Matt Armstrong, product designer at Dropbox, for some of his top tips for designing right, and adding some ‘delight’ along the way.

XD Design Interviews
June 9, 2017 / UX/UI Design

Designing for The Great Outdoors: Solving The UX Challenges of Outdoor App Use

We talk to UX designer Ashley Agellon of RunGo, a mobile voice navigation app designed for runners and hikers. We asked her about some of the unique challenges she faces designing for outdoor use, and asked her to share some of her solutions.

XD Design Interviews
June 7, 2017 / UX/UI Design

A Lifeline for LGBTQI Refugees: How Good UX Design Is Helping Save The Vulnerable

Micah Bennett is deeply passionate about UX. To her, user-centered design is more than a method to create better consumer products, it is a powerful tool to help some of the world’s most vulnerable people.

XD Best Practices
June 2, 2017 / UX/UI Design

Making The Most Out of Audio: Designer Chris Mears on Sound in UX Design

The internet used to be a noisy place. From dial up sounds to autoplaying ‘pings’ on websites, Chris Mears says we should all be thankful the user experience of sound has improved. In this article we outline some key considerations for UX designers who want to make the most out of audio in their work.