UX Design Weekly Digest: Issue #9

September 20-September 27

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Latest news from UX design world:

Sketch team introduced Smart Layout, a new Welcome Window, and Projects support.

Sasha Belichenko wrote a detailed guide for those who are struggling with tables in Figma. In this guide, we will create a table using components, so that later on you could save a lot of time on scalability and edits. Moreover, you’ll be able to easily integrate the table into your design system.

Many platforms for unmoderated usability testing have similar features; to choose the best tool for your needs, focus on the type of data that you need to collect for your goals.

Kenny Chen reflects on his first year at Google.

We’ve celebrated the second annual World Interaction Design Day (IxDD) on Sep 26, and it is the perfect time to showcase some of the most promising rising UX design talents from around the globe. Khoi Vinh introduces Adobe’s UX Designers to Watch.

Denys Mishunov suggests a not-so-typical approach to framework-independent migration of front-end applications. This approach allows us to combine “good” and “fast” while keeping the costs of migration at bay.

One of the most powerful ways you can communicate and convey your message is by incorporating your designs with beautiful fonts. We’ve come up with 37 of the best font pairings you can use in a wide range of projects.

It is a well-known fact that in the Soviet Union, all information was blocked from outside. Despite these limitations, engineers and designers have made wonderful devices that were used by most people in the Soviet Union. Not all of them are perfect from the UX side but there are plenty of amazing solutions and features that can inspire everyone. In this article, Taras Savytskyi shares a few interesting examples of Soviet design.

Excellent collection of insights into building a direct to consumer brand or online e-commerce businesses.

Fabricio Teixeira shares a few tips on becoming a manager for the first time.

Morgane Peng wrote a helpful guide on minding other people’s business.

Doka is a simple in-browser photo editor. You can perform all kinds of basic photos edits with this free tool: resize or crop photos, apply simple filters, etc.

Chart.xkcd is a chart library plots “sketchy”, “cartoony” or “hand-drawn” styled charts.

Augmented-ui is a CSS library that allows you to create futuristic, cyberpunk-inspired UI shaping for any element.

Fragments is a wireframe iOS kit for Sketch that you can use to build any kind of mobile app. The kit includes 370+ layouts in 10 categories and it’s based on nested symbols and built with layer styles.

SVG to JSX is a plugin for Figma that allows you to copy SVG code as a react component for use in Figma.

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