What makes a great product manager, how to design illustrations for small screens and why UX is all about sales. These are just some of the topics that caught our eye lately and are included into our curated newsletter.
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A product manager is someone who represents the voice of a customer
Michal Blažej and Marián Holler talk how a product manager influences the product design in the 3rd episode of Minimum Viable Podcast. (As an MVP, the podcast is only available in Slovak language for now.)
Designing illustrations for small screens
"Icons are symbols; illustrations are scenes. Illustrating for small screens is hard. Here’s what I’ve learned over the past 3-ish months of working on the Lyft illustration style." Great tips by Meg Robichaud.
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How we’re establishing a new visual language for The Economist
At The Economist, they’re building a new generation of digital products. If they are to feel purposeful and connected, they need a consistent user experience, unified by a familiar visual language. Learn how a design system is helping to establish this visual language.
The facilitator’s handbook: 24 design sprint tips
A few good principles and tricks by Jake Knapp to consciously remind to yourself, again and again, because they work and are not obvious.
UX is all about sales
Good information architecture and an effective product organization and presentation do influence the sales… a lot my friends, Jacopo Cargnel says.
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