Weekly Product Design Exercise is a weekly newsletter with challenges inspired and used by companies like Facebook, Google, and WeWork to interview design candidates.
When applying effects to text on the web, designers have traditionally been constrained to those provided by CSS. In the majority of cases this is entirely suitable – text is text right? Yet still, there exist numerous examples of designers combining CSS properties or gifs and images to create effects that evoke something more playful. Precisely here, Blotter exists to provide an alternative.
UXPin saves us hundreds of hours of product development by simplifying collaboration. Plus, with its great library of components, I can literally go in, cut and paste a component into my design, and we’re off and running.
Baited is an archive of projects and content about building products, growth strategies and sharing the results openly. For the next year I will be creating 5-6 startups and writing content around them.