Weekend Reading — The wrong outage
How could I not buy a beer called main frame that also looks like a CSS Grid tutorial? Design Objective How Uber uses psychology to perfect their customer experience Don't like the company, but the app is pretty good: There’s no doubt that a large part of Uber’s
Weekend Reading — Talking to their computer and drinking coffee
Jimi Fletcher “It's Halloween, 2019. This is the very last day we can refer to Blade Runner as a film that's set in the future.” Design Objective Perfectly Cropped Pixel perfect UX mistake. Jonathan Waddingham “NOvember” 💡 Product people - for the next month, try to push back on those ad
Weekend Reading — Between two bathroom breaks
Meriel “This is amazing! Look at the last one!” Design Objective The Subtle Technique Mailchimp Uses to Emotionally Hook Customers Outcome selling vs feature selling: Here’s what Outcome-Selling basically means: Don’t sell your product. Sell the best possible outcome that a customer can get from using your product.
Weekend Reading — Days Since Last Timezone Issue
Dogs In Action Amazing photo collection! (via greywulf) Design Objective Cheat sheets: UI terms 👍 Super helpful: Using professional UI terms aligns with the efficiency and accuracy of communicating your thoughts in a cross-functional team. It benefits you as a product designer in various aspects. However, It is time-consuming of looking
Weekend Reading — Where's dark mode?
divinetechygirl “And then there’s this accurate depiction of everything tech twitter 😂” Design Objective Mind the gap, user centered design in large organizations with Luke Wroblewski Why most "user-centered" design isn't, and how we can address that. (Slides) Chris Owens Copy is UI: "Note: Hiding a shared