Data may be best, but not always entirely necessary. Kim Goodwin explains the difference between scenarios and a storyboard, while discussing the importance of data-driven personas.
Perhaps you're interested in product design, but haven't taken the leap yet. Hear from six product designers at Dropbox how they made the switch.
Android now supports adaptive icons, in which an icon can display a variety of shapes across different device models. Nick Butcher from Google provides a rundown on how they work.
As a product designer Becca Selah took on the challenge of introducing usability research and testing. Read how she focused on quick wins and visible results.
How to generate multiple ideas and answers from a single question.
A look into how the Quora Design Team phased out bios in favour of credentials, and how they measured the results.
Offering a fresh perspective, Rafal Cymerys takes a look at the perils of chatbots. While they can be advanced, they can’t always be adaptive.
At Atomic we had some big releases earlier this year, though that hasn’t stopped our appetite for continuing to release small improvements and enhancements.
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