Protecting user privacy through design
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Designers can help ensure that the users’ information and data they’re entrusted with are handled with care. Here’s how.
Designing a sense of calm into our everyday technologies
Calm technology calls for interactions with products that are neither distracting nor over-demanding of our attention.
How design is addressing the mental health crisis
The products we design can make a difference in people’s lives. It’s up to us to ensure the change they create is a positive one.
Dark patterns: Crossing the line in design ethics
Dark patterns are UX design tricks meant to deceive users. Here’s how to avoid them and design with users’ best interest at heart.
On designing more honest products
Dishonest design can mislead users and spread misinformation. Here's how to avoid it and bring integrity back to design.
Designing for cognitive bias: An interview with David Dylan Thomas
Content strategist David Dylan Thomas offers a unique and in-depth look at cognitive bias in design.
Building better user-centered products: An interview with Ron Bronson
Creating humane experiences is about more than just empathy, argues information architect and product design manager Ron Bronson.
How digital wellness is bringing mindfulness to design
Digital wellness aims to cater to the true needs of users, rather than competing for their attention.
Web design for all: Catering to a wide spectrum of audiences
Good user experience is about more than just ease of use. It should reflect - and celebrate - the diversity of its users.
Ok, Boomers, we failed you
Technology doesn’t come as second nature to all of us. Here’s a look at how we can craft generation-inclusive digital products.
How designers can help mitigate the next pandemic
Better product design can reduce the transmission of bacteria and viruses. Here’s how to design our way out of the next crisis.
The Dedesign: A method for redesigning more focused products
As digital products become oversaturated with features, here’s a look at how we can refine products to improve user experience.
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