Last Updated: May 16, 2020
Jesse Weaver has a fascinating take on YouTube's new business decision that opens up their premium content for free (with ads of course).
Pendar Yousefi walks us through his team's design process and decisions surrounding the redesign of Google Translate.
Most of you have probably binged some Netflix. I know I have. Faraz shows his take on an unsolicited redesign of Netflix. Some interesting concepts here like a social aspect. It's not unlikely Netflix will implement a feature like that.
Milan and her class got challenged by VC firm Matter and Facebook to take on Media consumption among teens. This is a long format case study in two parts explaining Milan and her team's process and solution.
Jihoon and his team expose augmented reality in their graduate thesis. Glad to see AR being experimented with and I suspect we'll see a lot more of this in 2019. AR/UX designer next?
I've been following Nathan Barry for a while and listened to several interviews, it started as a true maker story and evolved into what it is today; a multimillion-dollar business. In this case study, Nathan describes all his iterations from 2013 to 2018.
Daniel has a fascinating concept for an iOS version of the watchOS app called Breathe. We could all use a deep breath in these hectic times.
Natalie walks us through her process for designing the user experience of a niche based social media and discovery platform.
An interesting case study on growth design. Arnaud explains how his team on Shine creates trust with users and achieve 80% conversion from their onboarding experience.
An unsolicited design challenge and solution by David Oliver. Sharing his design process used to implement a new (and cool) feature in InVision's mobile app.
An amazingly visual and detailed case study by Alice, the creator of Slack's illustrative voice.
A side-by-side comparison of the difference in users of Android and iOS backed up with data references.
Rachel shares her process of designing a meal-planning app. Structured into two parts, and this final part shows how important user testing and feedback is to your design process.
"People don’t like changes." Girish does a fantastic job at explaining how to get redesigns right by avoiding crucial mistakes. Learn from other people failures.
Redesign of the Office app icons to embrace a new world of work. Microsoft is killing it right now with their design direction, both hardware, and software. At this rate, they'll surpass the "other" company in a not so distant future.
Eftakher shows us his step-by-step process of designing a crypto platform.