UX Lift roundup – the best UX and design links from the last two weeks
Leadership for introverts, you're not an imposter, why some designs look good, create ethical products, communicate better with mockups and make some Bardcore memes.
Design leadership for introverts – As a leader, people engagement is not optional. So how do we lead as introverts?
Imposter syndrome isn’t your fault – We’re all qualified, but we feel as if we’re not. We’ve created a syndrome that makes people internalize issues they haven’t created.
Navigating the awkward: a framework for design conversations – Tactics for healthy conversations about both good and bad designs.
Why does a design look good? – Analysing UX designs to explore the visual principles that make them look good.
Growing UX maturity in organisations – An introduction to UX maturity, with tactics for those working in less mature organisations.
Pictures of websites – Communicating mockups with stakeholders can be a source of constant friction. Why is that? And what can we do to make them better?
Dark patterns after the GDPR – Researchers scraped 10,000 top UK sites and found that only 11.8% meet the minimum requirement for European law. arXiv.org link to full paper.
Rive – Collaborative motion graphics platform, export to web and native app code.
Voiceflow – Drag-and-drop builder for conversational interfaces – create chatbots, voice apps and more.
Ethical Design Guide – Sharing resources on how to create ethical products that don't cause harm.
Nothing breaks like A.I. heart – An essay about artificial intelligence, emotional intelligence, and finding an ending. Using GPT-3 to co-create a deeply personal interactive story. Recommended.
Historic Tale Construction Kit – Make Bardcore memes with the Bayeux Tapestry.
Play – Livecoding playground for text-based art.
Needledrop – Turntable interface for Youtube.
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