From Airbnb to virtual reality, we roundup five must-see TED talks from 2016.
Anyone remember 1985, more specifically PageMaker? Our sixth article in our retrospective series takes us to the eve of digital; digital desktop publishing and graphic design that is. Find out how creative professionals went from X-Acto knives to Mac, what they feared and what they gained by embracing new workflows and the technology that was designed to support it.
Isaac Powell has big ideas. Lots of them. The Nottingham-based freelance designer is always on the lookout for new and better ways to express himself creatively and connect with–and learn from, and share with–the larger design community.
2016 is almost over, so it’s the perfect time to reflect on the most influential UX trends of the year.
“When you’re scaling, things are always broken!” Lynsey Thornton would know – starting out at Shopify three years ago she was one of 10 UX designers – and has been part of growing that team to 170 people today.
Most designers promote the ability to create websites that wow and bring your brand to life beautifully. But there is a groundswell of ugly web design that is pushing the boundaries of what is considered worthy design.