Product Design

Macchiato No. 23 // A Shot of UX with a Dollop of Graphic Design

Craving a macchiato? No. 23 has been brewed with lessons on touch, flat design, UX patterns, and design terminology.


  • We design for touch all the time, but we should consider the user experience of touch more deeply and think beyond our screens. The Best Interface is No Interface shows how we can build a technologically advanced world without digital interfaces.
  • As a UX Designer, I tend to gravitate towards a flat design aesthetic. But there is a risk to flat design and this article can help you understand its negative effects on users: Long-Term Exposure to Flat Design: How the Trend Slowly Decreases User Efficiency.
  • Best design practices are an important foundation for any UX designer, but have you ever found yourself thinking that common design patterns shouldn’t be a one-size-fits-all thing? Think outside the box. Remember, design patterns that were once accepted as best practices aren’t anymore: Misused mobile UX patterns. Do your own thinking, research, and design.

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