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Jordan show his five-step process for building UI color palettes.
Taylor shows how we built the Design Tools Survey using Tally.
Read tutorials on topics like interaction design, UX research, and portfolios.
Real-world examples of design teams collaborating with other departments in user research.
Further insights from interviews with software engineers about how to tactfully handle their UX feedback.
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Sharing 14 years of designing products
After selling my startup in 2015, I worked in Silicon Valley supporting many shapes of work: design teams of one, leading design ops, taking ideas from 0 to 1, scaling teams, and supporting product growth.
I woke up one day and realized designers need more apprentice-like education, and UX Tools became my contribution to that belief.
My mission is to teach designers how to do their best work in tough conditions and help them evolve their skills as tools, trends, and talent stacks change.