50 numbers sent, just the beginning for UX Database
I am really happy to have managed to send 50 issues to your mails, one every week.
Honestly, I thought I was not going to make it, that I was not going to be constant with this, since writing a little, even a small paragraph a week, was already a challenge for me, not counting curating articles and products, of course.
But all this wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for you, for reading me every week, for helping to grow this little community that I'm trying to create at a snail's pace.
In this year I've been able to launch two legs of the project, the newsletter and the database of digital products focused on design, but it's only the beginning of course.
UX Database's objectives for this year
On the one hand, I'm halfway through creating my own totally free design course, and it's that "free" that makes it so hard to create, because it's based solely on non-paid resources, so that you, whether you're a junior or a mature designer, can learn any area of design without having to pay a penny.
Right now I'm compiling all the information I need, and already designing these screens and uploading it all to the platform I'm using (Webflow). Once I do this, I'm sure that even though it's a very early version, it will bring a lot of value, because at least, I haven't seen anything so big and so complete.
Once uploaded, for the rest of the year I will be iterating the design and adding information from these resources until I have something more mature.
And on the other hand, once the learning part is ready, I will adapt the page to a more database layout and with the information much more agile to digest, but let's see if I have enough time to do it this year.
So guys and girls, thank you very much for joining me here, really 💜
Articles & Ideas
UX professionals often work hard to convince stakeholders to support UX research and design efforts. Recognizing who your key stakeholders are and how they impact your work is the first step to building fruitful stakeholder relationships. Maria Rosala
Nobody warned me how challenging being the Head of Design at an early-stage startup would be. Then again, nobody warned me how much I would love the challenge. Tanner Christensen
During our large-scale usability testing, we observed that there were 4 essential sort types that were commonly sought out by users. Mark Crowley
I created Adee free accessibility plugin for designers using Sketch and Figma, and in this article, I’m going to show you how to use the Adee plugin to generate alternative text inside Figma (and soon Sketch and Adobe XD) to make sure your design is inclusive. Samine Hadadi
Comprehensive anatomy of all ‘Design Thinking’ workshops (retired)
We’ll skip the blah-blah about why workshops are important for product teams. Let’s better play a game. How many canvases on the picture below do you recognize? And which of them have you tried in practice? Slava Shestopalov
What it takes to hire (and keep) the best in global talent. Design Leadership Forum by InVision
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