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How to plan a weekly content strategy on Twitter as a product designer.

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#octafest #MondayMotivation
#productdesign #Content #uiuxdesign Image
✈️✈️To plan a weekly content strategy on LinkedIn as a product designer, you should first identify your goals.

•⁉️What do you want to achieve with your content? Do you want to increase your visibility, build your personal brand, or connect with other product designers? Once you know your goals, you can start to plan your content accordingly.

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Wanna become a uiux designer?
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These are few ways designers can incorporate AI tools into the UX design process.

1. Analyzing user data
With AI tools like Research AI, UX designers no longer need
to comb through data manually. Instead, they can quickly gather and analyze large volumes of user data with ease. 
Using powerful algorithms, AI can predict user behavior, track page visits and engagement, and detect patterns in user data that might otherwise go unnoticed.
By reducing the time it takes to process user data, UX designers can quickly gain insights into how users behave and interact with their product—allowing them to make informed design decisions.

2. Creating user personas
AI can help UX designers quickly create data-driven user
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"Product Design is not UX Design is not UI Design is not..."

Look, if you're doing the job right, it's all the same shit.

It's all DESIGN.

Every description I've ever read about any of the above disciplines applies to ALL THREE if you're going to be any good at it.

If you're going to make an impact. Get results. Help people.

Design of ANY kind, in general, is a holistic pursuit — you have to know a hell of a lot about a hell of a lot that is far beyond the actual tactical work you do.

Stuff that is beyond the principles and practices of good UX, good design.

Into the realm of business, technology, engineering, human psychology, cognitive behavior, the list goes on.

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If decisions about requirements, #productdesign and #UX are being made without you, I have a suggestion:

Stop waiting for an invitation.

Start inviting yourself.

(a LONG thread ahead...settle in)

I’m sure in your organization there are strategic meetings you’re not part of, where product strategy or requirements or sprint plans are made and decided without you.

Everyone else knows things you don’t; information upstream never makes it to you.

You feel marginalized, left out, disrespected, OK, fine. I get it. That happens, more often than it should, I agree.

So what are you gonna DO about it?

Where do you need to be to know what they know — when they know it?

What activities? Conversations? Meetings?

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What is Color Theory in Design?

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Definition: Image
- Color Wheel

This circular diagram shows the relationships between primary, secondary, and tertiary colors.
By understanding how colors interact on the wheel, designers can create harmonious and visually appealing designs. Image
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1. Google

Design and build beautiful, usable products with Material 3"
2. Apple

The Human Interface Guidelines contains guidance and best practices that can help you design a great experience for any Apple platform…
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Since so many ask so often, I will finally share my #UX process (a thread):

1) Get clear on why this app, site or system exists, who needs it and what they expect to be able to do with it.

2) Assess the current state of the app, site or system and map out how people use it.
3) Determine where and how the product (and the company) is falling short and what the consequences of each of those instances are, for users and for the business (existing or new research).

4) Prioritize and rank those failure areas: how bad and how often?
5) Assess + analyze competitors: UX, features, functionality.

6) Make recommendations for UX + UI improvements.

7) Be willing to completely blow all of this up and do something else entirely depending on the company, the team, the users, customers, constraints, etc.
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Some No-Code Tech Jobs Of 2023.

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- Product Manager

They identify customer needs and oversees the development of a marketable product that satisfies those needs. Their primary role is to guide a cross-functional team of designers, developers, and marketers to build & launch a product…
- Content Strategist

A content strategist plans, manages, and executes a brand's content strategy. This role is ideal for creatives who enjoy strategic thinking and planning
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Top 5 websites to get icons for your projects.

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Which type of designer are you? 🤔

Vote for left or right aligned buttons in dialog boxes and explain why.

#design #uidesign #uxdesign #uxui #productdesign #ux
Here are some button design tips from my book to avoid usability and accessibility issues 👇

Would love to hear your thoughts or feedback 🙂

💙If you love interface design details and are looking to learn a logic-driven approach to UI design, feel free to check out my book 👇
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🔘How To Choose A Good Web Design Agency?

What’s a good #web #design #agency? A good web design agency has all the resources needed to provide a satisfactory result. They will listen to you and your business needs before proposing solutions...
👉Your Website is The First Impression of Your Business.

Why are physical storefronts and showrooms nice? They look good because people judge them by their appearance (in addition to factors such as customer service, quality, price, etc., of course). Websites are digital..
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UI Designer vs. UX Designer vs. Product Designer: A Comparative Analysis
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#uidesign #UI #design #uxdesign #uiuxdesign #productdesign #musemind Image
What Does A Product Designer Do?

Product designers manage the design improvement process. Product designers brainstorm solutions to current pain points,take stakeholder input,bridge designers,engineers,and researchers. They understand the product's broad goals and its specifics. Image
What Does A UI Designer Do?

UI designers create the look and feel of digital product user interfaces. UI designers design both screens and their components.

Thus, they examine each screen's layout and its relationships with others. Image
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Top 5 Keywords every UI/UX designer should know.

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Landing Page

This page is specifically designed to get traffic from different sources while performing a specific goal Image
UI Style Guide

This is a document that comprises of the summary of styles and components used across the interface. Image
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Hey @KCBGroup , this could be us... Just saying😌
#ui #ux #uxdesign Image
Whilst playing around with glass morphism, I designed a translucent card and icons. KCB might never reply but I would love to hear your thoughts on this redesign🤔 Image
On that note, it would be fun to see a fingerprint scanner and dark mode integrated into the app.📲😍 Image
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UX design systems & guidelines you have to take a look at 👇💫

Add your favorite below

#uxdesign #design #designsystems #productdesign #UIUXDesigner
1. Atlassian Design @Atlassian Image
2. Carbon Design System @ibmdesign Image
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📍 Product/UX design methods mindmap

A handy guide to help you decide when to use what UX methods.

1️⃣ Understand
2️⃣ Define
3️⃣ Ideate
4️⃣ Execute
5️⃣ Validate

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via @Mei_big_eyes #design #uxdesign #uxui #productdesign
1️⃣ Understand

In the understand phase, we put ourselves in the users’ shoes and understand their likes & dislikes, context, needs, pain points, etc.

Meanwhile, we learn about the business: What is the money-making model? What are the metrics to measure business success?
2️⃣ Define

In the Define phase, we work with the team, especially the product manager to discover problems and opportunities.

The ability to gather insights, synthesize data, and abstract input to a problem is very important.
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Top 10 plugins I use daily on @figma as UI/UX designer 👇

#UIUX #Figma #productdesign
1. @autoflowplugin Autoflow makes it easy to draw flows. Simply select 2 objects and a line will be magically drawn between them. Image
2. @remove_bg Remove BG Remove the background of images automatically with just a single click Image
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How Open AI will change the product conception?

With crazy nuts real examples 🧵

#productdesign #product #ai #openai
New AI tech piece like (GPT3, DallE, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion) allow businesses to create products that are more intelligent and efficient.
Will allow businesses to tap into new markets and create products that are more personalised to customer needs.
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A significantly large number of companies and organizations share three specific traits when it comes to #UX improvement and #ProductDesign in general:

1 - They don’t really know what their users or customers actually want.

2 - They’re under the mistaken assumption that surveys or their NPS scores tell them what the value of their product/service is to those users.

3 - They’re not willing to allow you to talk to those users to find out what they actually need or hope to accomplish.

I get enough emails and DMs every day to tell me that this is reality for most of you. And the question folks ask me is always the same:

What the hell do I DO?

My answer tends to ruffle some feathers, but here it is.

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Comment les jobs-to-be-done nous aident à prendre de meilleures décisions #Produit ? Quels impacts peuvent-ils générer au sein d’une organisation ? Et comment aident-ils au quotidien les équipes à innover ?

REX de CDiscount par Paul MICHEL

#productdesign #productmanagement
CDiscount, l’une des premières marketplaces en France.
Dans ce talk :
–JTBD, une definition
–Comment et pourquoi il est important de les identifier
–Comment ils peuvent aider à la prise de décision

#innovation #flowcon #product
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Telephone number inputs are a pretty common UI feature for tons of websites and apps. Seems simple enough to implement, right? Well, actually we need to think of a lot of different factors.

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#uiux #designtips #productdesign #uiguide Image
In cover photo, note the differences between left and right—so, how to represent a telephone input: country code, flag, or a combo?
We started an internal brainstorm at @evilmartians —and engineers took part, too! A long discussion followed, noted edge cases and many interesting details. Let's cover some background and analyze this further, then we'll come back to the UI and this photo.
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Rules for Pitching to #UX Stakeholders Dept.

To me, EVERY meeting is a working meeting. So the very first time I speak to a room of stakeholders during a consulting gig, I am absolutely not doing the dog-and-pony show of presenting with slides.

I am here to do one thing and one thing only: make an IMPACT.

Leave a firm, lasting impression that they will not ever meet another consultant cares as much about helping them succeed as I do.

Which means I’m here to talk about *them.*

What they need. What they’re struggling with. What they think is wrong and what needs to be made right.

This also means that even if I don't have the gig yet, instead of sitting politely + taking turns, we’re going to dive in together + interact. Trade ideas.

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Storytime: How I switched my QA job to Product Design

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#careerchange #uxdesign #uxui #productdesign #userexperience #digitaldesign #uidesign #Webdesign
1 year ago, I started gaining a lot of interest in Product Design (I was a QA back then). So, I began learning as much as I could about this domain because I wanted to shift my career within the same company.
I did courses, daily UI challenges, read articles on Medium, followed designers on Twitter, watched tons of YouTube videos, and worked on side projects so I can create a portfolio worth showing to Sortlist's Head of Product. I could not ask for a switch in Design empty-handed.
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