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SEP Named A 2021 Best Places to Work in Indiana Company

Indiana companies throughout the state have rallied to adapt to the current climate and new ways of operation. A total of 125 of these businesses have been named to the Best Places to Work in Indiana list, which includes more...
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Adding a Design Practice at Lessonly – a Podcast Recap

On this episode of Behind the Product, Jaki Clark and Casey Cumbow join us to share their journey of adding a design practice...
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What is a Design System?

Many of us working in the tech space have undoubtedly encountered challenges communicating with members of our product teams....
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My Process to Design Simplicity

I read John Maeda’s book The Laws of Simplicity*: Design, Technology, Business, Life* a few months back because I was able to...
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Why Does Every Pixel Matter?

Why is the UI designer making me move something just 1px over? Does that 1px even matter? The quick answer is yes, it does matter....
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From Jokes to Critiques: Feedback the Way You Want It

Unintentional Metaphors So I had this ah-ha moment yesterday while sitting on my couch with my fiancé. He was reading to me what...
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The 5 Senses in Software

Remember when the launch of the iPhone/iPad made interacting with software through touch truly ubiquitous? It was a magical moment...
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The Design Eye — Tool of the Designer Trade

One of the innate talents of a good designer in any design industry is having a good eye for design. But what does it mean to...
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Tips for Designers Fresh Out of School

There are already a bunch of articles on the interwebs with advice for designers fresh out of school, so I wanted to share the...
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Self Driven Development

One of the biggest challenges I have as a designer is how to stay fresh and creative over the span of my entire career — how...
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