Bi-weekly inspiration by LB* #10

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Bi-weekly inspiration by LB* #10

Can “copies” be equally as important as originals? And how to master the art of saying no as a product manager? In the latest edition of our curated news you'll also find a deep UX analysis of Disney's onboarding strategy or a guide to creating atomic components. Enjoy!

Every other week we handpick the best content about UX and visual design, CX transformation, a11y, project management and much more. Enjoy now or save to your Pocket for later. For news directly to your inbox subscribe at the bottom.

How Disney+ onboards new users — a UX analysis

In August 2019 Walt Disney announced its own streaming service called Disney+. Look at this step-by-step walkthrough of the Disney+ onboarding experience of new users on mobile.

Read more: How Disney+ onboards new users — a UX analysis

My favourite Git commit

Used well, Git commit messages are one of the most powerful tools available to document a codebase over its lifetime. You have to see this one.

Read more: My favourite Git commit

10,000 original copies

Typographic history is written as a series of “originals” created by “authors” in a discrete sequence. But can “copies” be equally as important? Watch this hilarious lecture by Kris Sowersby about copying, originality and plagiarism delivered at TypeCon 2018 XX in Portland, Oregon.

Read more: 10,000 original copies

Creating Atomic Components That Will Blow Your Mind

Learn how to set yourself up for hyper-efficient changes and updates to your Figma components. You'll learn how to:

  1. Evaluate what you’ve built, listing all of the pieces and properties
  2. Audit what you need, and how you want everything to work together
  3. Construct things smartly, re-using as few elements as possible

Read more: Creating Atomic Components That Will Blow Your Mind

A product manager’s guide to saying no

As a product manager you have to say no to stakeholders, a lot. Find out how to master the art of saying no with empathy, so you can maintain positive relationships and stop all those zombie ideas from haunting you.

Read more: A product manager’s guide to saying no

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Dominika Babulicová

Marketer with passion in building communities around brands with a positive impact— LB* during working hours, TEDxBratislava on her spare time.

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