A weekly selection of design links, brought to you by your friends at the UX Collective.
How to test the skills of a UX researcher when hiring? ›
Testing the skills of a UX researcher candidate can be challenging, especially when there is no researching competence in the team yet. Here are some tests, tasks, questions, and methods of verifying a candidate’s potential.
News & ideas
- Google Stadia ›
Google unveils its cloud gaming service, launching in 2019.
- Diversi-feed ›
This tool analyzes how gender-balanced your Twitter feed is.
- Phonetic map ›
Where sounds happen in the human mouth when speaking English.
- AI-generated ›
A collection of This ___ Does Not Exist sites that have sprung up recently.
- Web performance ›
Who has the fastest website in F1?
Tools & resources
- Killed by Google ›
A comprehensive list of dead Google products, services, and devices.
- Hello Goodbye ›
This extension blocks every chat or helpdesk pop up in your browser.
- Startup Calculator ›
Move the sliders for customized startup management advice.
- Threads ›
A Slack competitor focused on enabling better online team discussions.
- CSS Grids ›
How to convince your team to adopt them.
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From the community
- Becoming a product designer in a year ›
My first-hand experience switching careers from software engineering to design.
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- We need to talk about the hiring process ›
Anyone who has ever hired designers knows how difficult it is. It’s almost a treasure hunt.
By Jonny Czar
- Designing for the worst cases ›
Notes on designing for errors, alerts, empty states and unexpected scenarios.
By Vivek Karthikeyan
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