Stop using UX terminology, make your designs accessible and inclusive and learn how to let your team be fully autonomous. Latest LB* curated newsletter is packed with brainfood. Don't forget to tweet or share if you like it!
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Lighting beehive or How our company got inspired by bees
It seems like even nature knows how to run flat companies. Our UX designer Petra Toszegi compared the LB* studio to a life of bees to illustrate how we handle agility, T-shapeness and team autonomy.
Project Worlds — Achieving God mode in digital design
An abstract, simple but powerful way of thinking about systems based on how we perceive the world around us. Written by our favorite ex-Beetle Marek Minor.
Cut the bullshit: it’s time to end the tyranny of UX terminology
Stop creating UX terminology and stop using it. It’s not helping anything. Instead, speak plainly. Clearly. Simply.
Designing for accessibility and inclusion
The more inclusive you are to the needs of your users, the more accessible your design is. Let’s take a closer look at the different lenses of accessibility through which you can refine your designs.
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Building the Constellation Design System
Taking a product from small beginnings through to a multi-brand design system with an engaged community. Read a detailed story of how a design system for Lloyds Banking Group evolved.
Read more: Building the Constellation Design System