Jorge Arango joined our community on Slack to take a deep dive into his book “Living in Information”. If you missed the session fear not – read more for the full transcript.
Living with information is an inherent part of life these days. Sites like Facebook, Wikipedia or your bank’s website are more than products or tools – they create contexts that change the way we interact, think, understand, and behave. In many ways, they function like places. Thinking about them like this gives designers of these information environments…
In the next of our series of interviews with UX Designers who we admire and respect, Luke chats to Jessica Enders from Formulate Information Design.
In this excerpt, Jessica opens up about daily routines, managing deadlines, and the challenges in maintaining a work/life balance.
In a recent trip to visit his parents in the house in which he grew up, Matt stumbled upon a gem from his childhood: a kid’s book dedicated to typography.
He relives some of the moments that sparked his initial interest in design.
Matt’s sketchnotes from the UX Australia and Swipe conferences have been popular.
In this post, he breaks down exactly how he creates his sketchnotes, and how you can create awesome sketchnotes of your own.