Experience Design Digest #114 – Design 4.0 & Inline Validation

Design 4.0 & Inline Validation

“When you really go for inclusion and belonging, that’s when you start to see retention. That’s when you start to see innovation and heightened creativity.”
Detria Williamson


Unconscious Biases That Get In The Way Of Inclusive Design
From who we include and exclude in our research to how we plan and conduct research to how we analyze findings, it’s crucial that we understand how our unacknowledged biases can perpetuate systems of exclusion.

Designing Better Inline Validation UX
Inline validation in web forms is useful when it works, but frustrating when it fails. Too often it leads to an endless stream of disruptive error messages or dead-ends without any chance of getting out.

Design 4.0: leading design in the new industry
Is there a need for designers to up their skills and knowledge in the new industrial revolution? Yes, but it comes with its own set of challenges.

Research vs Vision: the origin story of Sony Walkman, Mini Cooper, and the iPhone
Research methodologies and strategies have been improving since the beginning of the 20th century. Some companies were collecting data and heavily relied on it; some thought that not every feedback should be considered, and others didn’t find customer research useful in building a product.

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