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