Lessons learned from the frontline, stories with unexpected endings and practical advice for product teams
Bianca and Tom chat about the wonderful world of typography, including the huge potential of variable fonts and other exciting intersections between our two industries.
What happened when we tackled a UI design project without a wireframing stage? You might just be surprised to find out…
Whose job is it to care about input types? We run through the common types, their functions, and how design and development teams can collaborate to avoid user frustration.
We visited convenience stores to test our revised UI for PayPoint in person. Lessons were learned, Mars bars were eaten.
Successful communication is key for a successful project, especially when you’ve got several teams collaborating. Here’s what works for us.
Agile methodologies are great, but sticking doggedly to the activities involved can hamper progress. We discuss hitting the right balance of process and progress.
Forms aren’t many people’s idea of excitement, but as we explain, they have a massive impact on product success.
Coupling user research with cold, hard data is the best way to validate assumptions and forge the right path.
We talk you through defining and keeping your product’s new year’s resolutions, with actionable steps that will help you keep them in check.
We chat about how we created the Spacer plugin for Sketch from an internal problem we had and then turned it into a commercial product.