Experience Design Weekly #48 – Strategy Maps & Maintaining Design Health

Strategy Maps & Maintaining Design Health

“Be stubborn on vision but flexible on details.”
Jeff Bezos


UI Copy: UX Guidelines for Command Names and Keyboard Shortcuts
Labels for commands should be brief, informative, rely on verbs and adjectives, and avoid branded terms. Command shortcuts must limit the number of modifiers and follow standard conventions.

Maintaining Design Health: the support surrounding Design Systems
While the Design System is the hub of the wheel, it needs some well structured spokes to support it and keep us rolling with design health as well as feed into it to evolve the system.

A Strategy Map
Without an effective strategy, it’s hard to achieve product success. But what does strategy entail? And which tools are best suited for making strategic decisions? Introducing the Strategy Map.

What is product vision?
A clear product vision helps making decisions so your product ends up where you want it to be.

Lost in Translation – how do you Localize Your Product for International Growth?
Have you ever opened up an exciting new app, but instead of being asked to “Sign up” you saw “რეგისტრაცია”? Maybe you’ve received a confirmation email saying “Th□nks you for you reg□ster. Conf□rm□ng here ple□se”?


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