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It was a summer night in Seattle. I ate some ice-cream, watched a Youtube tutorial, and downloaded a free trial of Principle. Several months later, I completed my 5th 100-day-project — 100 Days of Motion. I started my first 100-day-project back in 2015. My past projects include 100 Days of Doodle, 100 Days of Lettering, 100 Days of Watercolor, and… Read More →

We’re excited to launch the first in a series of Workshop Kits, that will help you run your own hands-on sessions using popular design methodologies, together with Marvel! Thousands of companies and educational institutions around the world use Marvel in workshops every year. It’s massively inspiring to see the likes of Laboratoria, Design Museum and initiatives like Design Club lead… Read More →

It’s been a couple of weeks now, two, as I’m writing this, since I got the email. I’d had a super long day so I was lying down feeling sorry for myself when I saw this: Hi Viba, I came across your application and am impressed by your experience and design work. I work on hiring students for our Product… Read More →

What is self-awareness? It’s the old Socrates saying: “know thyself.” It’s the ability to see who we are clearly, to know our strengths and weaknesses and understand how we fit into the world. How would one evaluate self-awareness? Let’s dive deeper into what self-awareness means. The phrase “know thyself” doesn’t actually come from Socrates; it’s an inscription among many others… Read More →

These books have been the most impactful books in my work+life. They have helped me stay inspired, learn from the experts and motivate my best work. Use these books to examine your beliefs, attitudes, habits and skills. You’ll learn how to invest in yourself, build a remarkable career and live a fulfilling creative life. If you’re looking specifically for UX/Product… Read More →

Finding the right person for a startup can be hard, but finding the first product designer to strengthen your product in terms of aesthetics and usability may be even harder. From the very beginning, you want someone who is capable of leading the design process. You want someone who will do everything they can to solve the problems of your… Read More →

2017 was a bumpy yet exciting year for me. I left my graphic designer job in March, and entered the maze of the coding world. Five months later, I finally got a job as a front-end developer at Tenten.co. Having been a full-time front-end developer for six months, I’d like to share my story of why and how I pivoted… Read More →

We decided to share goodies for those of you who work with mobile UI design or want to start. My co-founder and developer, Ahmed Sulaiman, has learned design from scratch. You can do that as well! Just check his great guide on the first step when beginning your design journey. Prepared UI elements, screens, components or entirely app concepts, packed… Read More →

This reading list is based on recommended reading from a design class at Stanford — The History and Theory of Design. Main category: Design in Business, Contemporary Design, Design History, Sub-fields of Design History and Design Theory and Methods. Design in Business Change by Design | Tim Brown Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires InnovationThe myth of… Read More →

This reading list is for anyone who wants to learn or deepen their knowledge in the disciplines of User Research, Usability, Information Architecture, User-Interface Design, Interaction Design, Content Strategy or Experience Strategy. The list is broad and includes books that exemplify design thinking, processes, methods, principles and best practices. Some of the books on this list are over 20 years… Read More →

Last November, I decided to transition out of freelance user experience design. During my job hunt, I found myself needing to answer the same questions again and again. I collected my favorite questions and wrote thoughtful and exhaustive answers, creating a list of frequently asked questions. They served me in two ways: I linked to my FAQs in my cover… Read More →

If you’re new to Sketch then check out this epic free course from Learn UX has you covered with how to get up and running and turn your designs into a prototype using Marvel. The free course takes you through the basics of Sketch, such as artboards, typography, symbols and designing for different screen sizes. Once you’ve mastered that, you’ll… Read More →