The top news and articles on digital product design.
Pebble embraced the glitches when designing the UI for their new watch which raised over $14 million on Kickstarter in less than a week.
A report from Facebook initiative internet.org examines the current state of global internet connectivity and the challenges they face connecting the remaining two thirds of people without internet access.
Frank Chimero explores the natural properties of the web as a material to build with, and how we might embrace its 'edgelessness'.
A survey of apps using text as the primary interface and a look the future of messaging.
As notifications alter the everyday interactions with our phones, apps are receding into the background, supporting rather than providing the main user experience.
A culture of healthy, respectful debate and feedback leads to better products. Cemre from Facebook writes up some tips on framing effective feedback.
The second Design Explosion from UX Launchpad breaks down PBS Kids on iOS and offers some insight into the challenges involved designing for children.
Campaign Monitor gave some love to the subtle, functional animations in their email template builder to improve the user experience.
If you work with developers, you'll probably need to learn to use Git. Luckily Atlassian have created a really nice site with tutorials, tips and some lovely interactions.
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