There is no getting around it – if you want to learn more about your craft, find interesting designers talking about the UX and design topics of the day, join conversations, and share your opinions – Twitter is where to be.
With the thousands of designers on Twitter, it can be hard to find the voices that particularly speak to your needs. So I’ve curated some of my favourite Twitter accounts – the people that consistently inspire and enrich my day, and hopefully yours too.
As a self-confessed Instagram addict, there are always plenty of design-focused accounts that catch my eye. One of these is the UX Store, which sells paper prototyping tools for UI and UX designers, as I was completely intrigued by their mental stencils. They looked well-made and durable and I was absolutely itching to give them a go.
This post is part of a monthly series where I showcase some of my favourite things in UX and Design that I’ve seen around the web recently.
Welcome to September! It’s been a great few weeks of exciting things popping up all over the Web. Here are some of the best things I saw, played with and read over the last month!
I have finally got round to making a 5 Minute Tip video about my one big UX design interview bugbear!