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A bi-weekly hand-picked grass-fed locally-sourced list of the industry articles our creative technologists are currently reading. Topics include customer experience, design, marketing, business, finance, technology, media, and storytelling.



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July 2, 2018

Understanding how Design Thinking, Lean and Agile Work Together


Instead of focusing on applying a process, teams ought to challenge how they think and try new things, embrace the things that work, and learn from the things that don’t.

Source: Mind The Product

The Divisiveness Of Design Thinking


In this article, I want to explore the split between the value of design thinking and the backlash, and see if there’s room to reclaim the value of this powerful way of working.

Source: ACM Interactions

How my son’s disease made me rethink UX


Adam Wolf’s son was born with a condition that restricts his movement, so for the past 20 years he’s been on a mission to make voice UI more accessible.

Source: FastCo. Design

Apple Accessibility


Technology is most powerful when it empowers everyone.

Source: Apple

Cards and Composability in Design Systems


Structure, Content, Style & Behavior of Composed Components.

Source: Medium

Say hello to – Airbnb Cereal


A new typeface that takes us from button to billboard. Explore its character, function, and scale.

Source: Airbnb Design

How LEGO run Design Sprint’s at scale


A case study about how LEGO scaled Design Sprints throughout its organisation.

Source: UX Planet via Medium

Good to great UI animation tips


Practical suggestions to improve your UI micro-interactions.

Source: UX Collective via Medium

Growing up Lean: Lean Strategies for Maturing Products


Building an MVP and launching a product is actually the easy part. It’s much more difficult to manage a product in its maturity or decline stages.

Source: Mind The Product

Why China’s Payment Apps Give U.S. Bankers Nightmares


The future of consumer payments may not be designed in New York or London but in China.

Source: Bloomberg

Bias on the Web


Our inherent human tendency of favoring one thing or opinion over another is reflected in every aspect of our lives, creating both latent and overt biases toward everything we see, hear, and do.

Source: ACM

Introducing, Uber’s Open Source Geospatial Toolbox


Our solutions enable us to embed maps with rich location data, render millions of GPS points in the blink of an eye, and, most importantly, derive insights from them.

Source: Uber Engineering Updates
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