Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers.
“Inclusivity is at the heart of user-centric design approach, which considers not just the average user, but all users. That said, inclusivity isn’t an on/off switch you can magically flip in an instance. To design for all users, you need to consider their physical abilities, experiences, expectations, values, beliefs, and much more.”
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Cindermedusae is a generative encyclopedia of imaginary sea creatures.
Product Designer @ Notion
Notion is on a mission to make it possible for every person, team, and company to be able to tailor their software to solve any problem and take on any challenge.
Make me think
The game is rigged: rethinking the creator economy →
“The creator economy is still in its relative infancy. The truth is we don’t know what the creator economy is yet — but that doesn’t stop me from asking the question! So what is the creator economy? And why is it making so many people miserable?”
Trends are dead →
“The tendency to register and categorize things, whether it be one’s identity, body type, or aesthetic preferences, is a natural part of online life. People have a penchant for naming elusive digital phenomena, but TikTok has only accelerated the use of cutesy aesthetic nomenclature.”
Little gems this week
Tools and resources
UI & UX micro-tips →
A collection of handy tips to help improve your designs.
Front drop →
Figma to code in one step.
What’s the optimal line length?
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