In part one of this article, I covered how design culture affects your product strategy, production and development processes. In this part, I’ll cover how design culture affects your working environment and hiring process.
Doing more and better design means change, and not just for those within the design team.
The pattern library map is not the design system territory.
The term “UX Designer” no longer represents the breadth and depth of what we do. Not because we’ve changed, but because the term itself has come to mean something different.
If you’re looking to scale design to have a bigger impact at your organisation, you can’t do it alone.
We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape our processes, budgets, and recruitment.
Process is a four letter word.
The request for “sign-off” is often a smoke screen for what the designer really wants to say.
How CSS grid is making my life easier.
Three upcoming workshops on field research, web animation, and responsive web typography.
A privileged peek inside the workings of the CSS Working Group, an essential part of how the World Wide Web continues to be defined.
I’ve written a book about service workers for web designers. You can pre-order it now.
Hyperlinks for the curious.
The progressive web: a day-long workshop.
Boosting performance with a general-purpose service worker script.
Turbo-boosting travel sites into progressive web apps.
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