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Tesla Buying Journey: An exercise in Experience Mapping

Tesla Buying Experience: An exercise in Experience MappingTL;DR: I bought a Tesla, and I recorded my experience here.Copyright © KD Singh Arneja ALL RIGHTS RESERVEDLike many other fellow EV enthusiasts, I had been thinking about it for a while, but I finally took the plunge and got myself a spanking new Tesla Model 3....


Top UI/UX Design Works for Inspiration — #59

aTop UI/UX Design Works for Inspiration — #59UI & UX Design InspirationEvery day most digital designers look for inspiration on sources like Dribbble. In a large stream of the works, it is very easy to miss some quality shots with small number of likes and comments.We decided to change that and every week...


The 9 Best Mind Mapping Tools for Designers

A mind map is a diagram drawn to help brainstorm ideas without being forced to organize or structure them. Instead, ideas are visually depicted in a hierarchical structure showing the flow and relationship between various ideas as they arise, which allows us to analyze them and recall them with ease.
Let’s take a look at...


Advice on sketchnoting, 2019

Advice on visual scribing, 2019Things I tell people when they ask me about visualisation workI’ve been asked for advice on sketchnoting/visual scribing lately so I thought I’d roll what I often tell people into a post.Illustrations are from a scribe I did for the Natural Capital Summit in Brisbane (part of Climate...


An introduction to guerrilla research

Photograph by Tim WalshThe principle of guerrilla research is to get useful insights in an efficient way without needing to create complex prototypes, recruit a certain demographic, or be a seasoned user research expert.Guerrilla research is ideal for teams who want to test ideas early and often, allowing them to move on...


Case Study: Inspora. Brand and UI Design for Virtual Stylist

A new generation of apps gets more and more personalized to dive deep into specific problems of a particular user. Today’s design story is about a product of this kind: meet Inspora, a virtual personal assistant in the issues of style and fashion. The Tubik team had a chance to work on the design of the logo, user...


14 lessons I learned from the 14-day UX writing challenge

source: Unsplash.com @ Green Chameleon/ @craftedbygcI love writing.As soon as I discovered there was this career called UX writer, I was like, “Found it. The long-awaited career that I’ve been looking for all these years.” (Although I was at a design bootcamp at the time, and most UX writers cut their teeth on...


Case study: The Design Process

A comprehensive guide on creating a personalized Design process and applying it to your project.Photo by NEW DATA SERVICES on UnsplashIntroductionYou’ve been given a task to design a product in a startup and you’re the only designer there. What would you do? How would you approach the project without any set...


UX Refactoring. Complexity of simplicity

Use simple solutions using user skills. Constantly simplify the system from top to bottom. Use UX refactoring at each iteration.Let’s consider the question that often arises in many projects, interfaces and systems: how to make what we have much simpler and clearer for most users, without losing the accumulated useful...