The top news and articles on digital product design.
WIRED take a look a Bits, a customisable watch face from usTwo for Android wear that exposes data and lets you quickly jump into apps.
Owen from TNW benchmarks the content blockers set to roll out in the next iOS update. Faster load times and no ads? A win win for readers, not so much for publishers.
How can you understand a companies relationship with design? The quality of their product seems an obvious answer, but it’s a lagging indicator. To see where they’re heading in the future, take a look at design team morale.
The most elegant interaction is so minimal it’s almost invisible. Gerry McGovern explores the concept of minimum viable interactions.
UX intern Ian Tate set out to see if a branded loading experience would in fact make users more willing to wait longer. How long would you wait?
Scott Hurff attempts to solve the case of the Awkward UI. You know, that thing where your UI just feels like it’s missing something.
Apps like Hopper live and die by the approval of notifications. Hopper walk us through their onboarding flow, and the steps they take to convince a user of the benefits.
While not traditional product design per se, this case study from B-reel is a good insight into what is involved in a product launch this size.
Customer journey maps help plan a customers experience over time, but how do you know if the one you’ve created is any good? Cooper share some tips.
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