Tag: DESIGN

Design, Digested 21: Exploring design cultures

This week, tired of seeing social media-related articles, I'm sharing older ones as an inspiration to follow your own path.


Design, Digested 20: Gender-neutral language

This week: inclusive language, the work of women designers, and the healing power of photography.


Design, Digested 19: What’s wrong with UX (Part 1)

In the first instalment of the Design, Digested series since March, I share with you three reasons why the UX industry is currently broken.


Information overload

On the latest letter I sent out on 20 June, I set out my plans for the next few months. Ever felt overwhelmed by the quantity of information found on the internet? Then you’ll know what I’m talking about.


Learning to draw. A journey

In my latest Design, Digested post titled The importance of sketching in UX and beyond, I enthusiastically suggested sketching every day. As much as wanted to, I couldn’t follow my own advice: I’d stare at the blank page, not knowing what to draw, and then give up.


Brilliant culture and design books I’m reading

As a child, I always had books with me. I loved losing myself into good stories, to the point it hurt when they finished. In later years, my attention span became ridiculously short.


Design, Digested 15: Undoing toxic dogmatism; designing less

Design, Digested 15. This week we look into the toxic dogmatism of digital design, how to design less, how to be more effective and more.


The UX of contact lenses containers

How is the UX of contact lenses containers? It’s easy to overlook what we use daily, and yet everyday things are usually the most frustrating ones.