The design psychology we’re exploring takes on the role of a UX design psychologist. It’s a combination of neuroscience, cognitive psychology, social psychology and human computer interaction that approaches user experience design through the lens of human behavior.
Many designers have made the leap from employee to employer, often taking the side hustle highway along the way. We spoke with two designers who are no longer designing just products, but also a culture, a company and a future for themselves and the people they now employ.
Flyers are an excellent medium to distribute time-sensitive information. The right design tools can make your flyers — and your brand — more effective.
We talk to Ben Blumenfeld, the co-founder of Designer Fund, about the fund’s mission and why designers should consider becoming entrepreneurs.
Ever wished you could just take a sneak-peek inside their minds? We chat with a product designer, a scrum master and a UX researcher to get the scoop on how they think about project phases, what they love and hate, and some of their typical thoughts at each stage.
Just over four years ago, William Allen was working as the COO at Behance when Adobe acquired the company. Allen has continued his work at Adobe, now a Senior Director overseeing Behance, 99U and Adobe Portfolio. In the tech world, that kind of commitment to a gig post-acquisition is a rarity, and it’s also a testament to how both companies handled the acquisition and transition. Today, Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work.