• Health Icons

    Free, open source health icons.

  • Astro

    Looks interesting. But, does shipping with very little javascipt mean building with lots?

  • I helped pioneer UX design. What I see today horrifies me


    Agile’s success at the expense of UX is just one manifestation of a deeper truth: Businesses want scaling. And foundational UX work doesn’t scale. It doesn’t lend itself to predictable, repeatable processes and generic cookie-cutter roles. It can’t, because by definition it deals with unknown, slippery, hard-to-define problems that characterize the leading edge of an organically evolving business.

  • Encouraging a community to contribute to a design system | by Tosin Balogun | May, 2021 | Medium

    Always the problem...

    The problem we had with the NHS design system was that the product worked, the support service was reliable, but the community was not feeding back into the system enough. This meant that the team had little insight into how the system was performing, a major risk when you consider how fast things change in the digital world. The question then becomes “Why are people in the community not contributing back into the system”

  • lofi.cafe

    🎧 Well, this is rather good.

  • Dribbble first 5k users

    Ah, number 40. Back when I didn't have grey hair, slippers, or a dog.

  • Politics for Designers: East Jerusalem

    Looking forward to attending this. Because, well, politics is part of design, part of life, and part of the workplace. Whether we like it or not, eh, Basecamp?

  • Neville Brody on Navigating Graphic Design’s Shifting Identity

    That’s exactly the right question. Companies tend to increasingly need user experience designers, coders, programmers, and social media marketing experts. It’s not so much about the logo, or the brand, or a poster or leaflet—things in the physical world. People don’t do direct mail anymore, except pizza delivery places. You don’t get magazines, because they’re all online. And they’re not really designed anymore.

  • Projector

    This looks very interesting. Also: refreshing design. The smashing together of two long-held design conventions continues with the 'print' aesthetic and digital product design.

  • Mercure

    Mercure, designed by Charles Mazé, is the result of an inquiry into Latin epigraphy and the typographic forms associated with that discipline. A touch of the experimental mixed with the conventional of digital type specimens. Yes please.