Welcome to the 9th edition of Designer’s Digest. I just updated my website, now you can view all past editions here. Today we have a good mix of typography and UX-related content. We also have a winner from last week’s typographic error hunt. Did you find it? It’s in this sentence: Should be quite obvious now right? It’s… Continue reading Make UX simple again
Welcome to the 8th edition of Designer’s Digest. I can’t believe it’s already been two months since I started this newsletter. I hope you’ve been enjoying it? This week I have another cool font to share and a couple of articles about typography. If you missed the previous edition where I talked about overthinking in Figma, Netflix’s… Continue reading The four phases of a design career
Welcome to the latest edition of Designer’s digest. This week I have a cool font I want to share, an example of overthinking in Figma, and a criticism of Netflix’s UX. If you missed the last one where we spoke about designers quitting design and research about line length, you can read it here. How’s it going? It’s… Continue reading Overthinking in Figma
Welcome to the latest edition of Designer’s digest! If you missed the previous one where we talked about problems with font sizes, you can read it here. This week we get back to the topic of designers possibly becoming obsolete. In this newsletter:🅰 Little big updates by Figma🤬 Everyone used to be a designer (7 min read)👌 Readability: the optimal line… Continue reading Everyone used to be a designer
Hey there, First of all, I have some really good news: our babies are here! Our baby girl Galia and baby boy Lars were born on April 12! 🎉 🥳 They’re not yet home as I write this newsletter but they are well and should come home in a couple of days. I’m really proud… Continue reading Problems with font sizes on the web
Welcome back, this is the fourth edition of my weekly newsletter. I can’t believe a month has already passed since the first one! Last week I looked into wether good design taste can be taught. The conclusion? It’s hard to teach it to humans, I can’t imagine we’ll be able to teach it to AI anytime… Continue reading Burnout on the rise among designers
Welcome back to my weekly digest of cool design-related stuff from around the web. If you missed the one from last week you can read it here. I’m still very busy trying to wrap up some things around the house before our twins arrive. This is probably the last newsletter that I’ll send out before I… Continue reading Can good design taste be taught?
Welcome back to my weekly digest of cool design-related stuff from around the web. If you missed the first one, you can read it here. I’ve been incredibly busy this week as my wife and I prepare to welcome our twins into the world very soon. But as I’m not working since I got laid off… Continue reading Will AI replace us?
Welcome to the very first edition of my new newsletter: my weekly roundup of noteworthy things in design. I’m generally quite busy and always run out of time to regularly check up on new things in design. I’ve been desperately trying to keep up with some daily aggregators but I always get overwhelmed. Do you… Continue reading The death of UX design