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PRODUCT DESIGN LESSON

So a Design System is not a deliverable, but a set of deliverables. It will evolve constantly with the product, the tools, and the new technologies.

Icon Library

Icons are visual symbols used to represent ideas, objects, or actions. They communicate messages at a glance, afford interactivity, and draw attention to important information. Icon Library is a dedicated library allowing you to group all your icons. … With its icon-tailored features, the Icon Library allows you to upload SVG format icons and then later attach the PNG, EPS, TIFF, JPG formats and preview them on different backgrounds — also transparent ones.

Design Token

This quote by Jina, who created design tokens, while they were working on the legendary Lightning Design…


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The Qutab Minar Complex, Delhi, India. It is counted amongst the monuments and archaeological sites of national importance, representing the remains of ancient habitation and culture. It a UNESCO World Heritage Site,


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UX LESSON

In my first few studies, there was this strong curiosity to find something out. I didn’t think much about it since it’s good to have curiosity right? After all, I am researching to uncover new things. The problem is that I end up with a lot of bias.

When I was conducting the interviews, it almost felt like I already knew my user’s problems and how to solve them. I was only waiting to hear some of the words that would make my research complete. …


ABOUT ME

Hi, my name is Disha. It means “the direction” in Hindi. (Hindi is one of the languages spoken in India)

I thrive on learning and reciprocating new. Love simple thoughtful designs for product and services which lead to clutter-free living.

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For me, design and technology is the foremost eco — friendly solution for future thinking.

I enjoy writing about design, technology, and mindfulness.

You can find my writing on LinkedIn, Medium, and Tweet at the.dishagarg.

Top Design Stories

Top User Experience Story

Top Technology + Business Stories


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1. Blastar, video game

At just 12 years old, he coded and published a space fighting game called “Blastar” which later sold for $500 to trade publication PC and Office Technology magazine. He once worked at a gaming startup.

Play a Web-based version of Blastar today.

“Part of the reason, maybe the reason, I got interested in tech was video games,” Musk said. “I probably wouldn’t have started programming if it wasn’t for video games or wouldn’t have been as interested in computers and tech if it wasn’t for video games. …


a must-have fashion accessory!

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Bernie Sanders’ mittens may have become the unexpected must-have fashion accessory of Joe Biden’s inauguration, but those hoping to steal the Vermont senator’s look are in for a disappointment. The teacher who made them and gave them to Sanders says she has none for sale.


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I’ve found that learning UX acronyms not only helps when communicating to stakeholders within organizations, but they help to better understand a broader landscape of business, product management, and UX on a larger scale.

1. A/B Testing

A and B simply refers to showing two variants of the same web page/app and comparing which variant performs better.

2. CRM

Customer relationship management software gathers customer interactions across all channels into one place.

3. CSS

Cascading Style Sheets; describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on the screen, on paper, or in other media.

4. CTA

Call to action; typically an image, button, or text that prompts visitors, leads, and customers to take some kind of action on an app, website, or digital product. …


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UX DESIGN LESSON

About

DISHA GARG

Thrive on learning and reciprocating new. Writes about Design, Technology and Mindfulness.

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