Re-contextualizing symbols: A study of phenomenology - Symbols are specifically designed graphic elements intended for wordless communication. If your symbol requires a description, you've failed as a designer and communicator. -
Re-contextualizing symbols, Remote work, Human needs, Design tokens, On links and buttons
Remote work is not for everyone - Designers can't do their job properly if they aren't in the same room with the people they work with. Good collaboration is preconditioned by collocation. -
Human needs are universal; product solutions are unique - When I see a successful feature in another product, I try to focus first on the underlying human needs that it's solving. -
Component-level design tokens - This article is intended to provide some practical, real-world basis for the use of component-level design tokens. -
On links and buttons - When going somewhere does a thing. -
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