The top news and articles on digital product design.
Alongside Apple's next frontiers – the home and the car – health, Tim Cook said, "may be the biggest one of all." But they face some of their most formidable challenges yet.
Their new proprietary technology tracks content across social networks, giving a more realistic picture of how content spreads around the web.
Jonathan Albright talks about social media's impact on live journalism and Periscope's role in the coverage of the Baltimore riots.
Margaret Gould Stewart, Product design director at Facebook, on the value of a well designed tool and the rewarding complexity of designing business software.
Hey There talk to the Director of Product Design about how Shopify have adopted Design Sprints and breaking things as they are today to do better things tomorrow.
Brad Frost examines the by-products of our creative work and the power of being open by default.
Luke Wrobleski presents some compelling stats to show that features that are out of sight, are also out of mind.
Michael Wong’s first installment of a design details series looks at the emotional and practical details of Airbnb’s user experience.
A neat collection of pure CSS loaders, available on Github thanks to Connor Atherton.
A handy overview of how to go about prioritising your content to focus on top tasks.
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