Prototyping is a key job for ux engineers and product designers. But with an endless list of prototyping tools to choose from, it can sometimes be hard to know where to start.
This post compares the top prototyping tools of 2019.Read More »
Many designers overlook one of the best features of Sketch: prototyping.
Prototyping in Sketch is a quick, in-app alternative to tools like InVision, Marvel, and Adobe XD. And if you already own Sketch, it’s free.
Here’s a quick guide to building your first Sketch prototype in just 5 minutes.Read More »
Product Analytics can help you acquire more users, keep them longer, and increase revenue.
This guide shows you how.Read More »
Everyone knows that many little steps add up to something big. But that rarely makes it easier to get started.
We often procrastinate out of fear.
Is this the right decision? Will this be worth it? What if I change my mind?Read More »
Forming new healthy habits is often far easier than replacing old ones. It’s much easier to start doing a 2-minute morning workout than it is to stop biting your nails.
One of my favorite tricks here is habit replacement. Take a negative habit and replace it with something positive or innocuous.Read More »
UX Engineers are part designer, part front-end developer. So if you want to become a UX engineer, your portfolio needs to demonstrate that you can do both jobs competently.
In this post, you’ll learn exactly how to create a portfolio that will impress employers so you can land that dream job at a top tech company.Read More »
I often see new product designers make the mistake of placing undue emphasis on demographics.
“This product is is for millenials.”
The problem this creates is that it inherently makes discussions vague. Demographic groups are rarely useful in product discussions because members of demographic groups rarely move as blocks.Read More »
Are you looking for a good Growth Hacking course? Here are 3 fantastic options to help you get started:Read More »
Here are 3 fantastic options:Read More »