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A design system’s practical guide (Book Review)

Building Design Systems

A review of "Building Design Systems" by Sarrah Vesselov and Taurie Davis, a reference guide on how to create, build, and maintain a design system in the context of an organization. "Building Design Systems" walks the reader through all things design systems. It starts by laying out their history and rise from both a design and development point of view. It then covers the six areas of a design system: layout, styles, components, regions, content, and usability. It’s also a handy guide to evaluate whether it’s the right time to implement, how to engage and onboard stakeholders, and how to implement a design system. [Read More]

An Insider’s Guide to UX Careers (Book Review)

A review of The UX Handbook by Cory Lebson. A career guideline for UX professionals. [Read More]

Bringing Stats Into the Office (Book Review)

A review of Improving the User Experience Through Practical Data Analytics by Mike Fritz and Paul D. Berger, which offers data analysis lessons in bite-size chunks. [Read More]

A Life of Design and Innovation (Book Review)

A review of The Man Who Designed the Future: Norman Bel Geddes and the Invention of the Twentieth-Century America by B. Alexandra Szerlip [Read More]

Story First for Engaging Experiences (Book Review) 

A review of “The User’s Journey: Storymapping Products that People Love” by Donna Lichaw, which provides an accessible framework to help designers create engaging experiences. [Read More]