Practical techniques to ensure developers can actually do the things you want them to do using your API.
Insights, ideas, and tools for designing the future.
How risk reduction makes sure bad things happen as rarely as possible.
How we can put privacy at the heart of our design processes.
Asking good design questions will elucidate problems and opportunities.
We should invest at least as much time in understanding our customers as we do in optimizing our product development process.
Data can help inform design choices at every step in the process.
Tools and techniques for recruiting UX research participants.
How the UK's NHS uses prototyping to explore and illustrate new technological possibilities.
It’s only when you enable people to “do things” together that the real power of online social networks is unleashed.
Why hiring a team diverse in perspective and background leads to a great culture.
Ways to bring designers and developers together to optimize user experience.
How design thinking works, and how it integrates with product development.
Principles help you align your team quickly around a shared set of product guidelines.
Tools to fine-tune the wording, formatting, and other aspects of conversation to render rich interactions.
Strategies for assisting users in their journey to find information.
Product design is not a linear process. It’s a set of tools.
By being intentional and deliberate in your approach, you can build an excellent user experience that performs well regardless of screen size.
Measuring each stage of the user journey allows you to measure conversions and improve user experience.
How to use research to organize information intuitively.
Techniques for defining a product and building and managing a team.
The clearest path to a product management role is at your current organization.
It's all about building an MVP.
Product managers are in hot demand and have myriad career options, from executive management to solutions consulting to just staying put.
We should take the impact our designs have on others' lives as seriously as we take the need for profit and competitive advantage.