Victor Loux Bookmarks Tag: process

20 bookmarks tagged “process

What to Include in Your Design Portfolio | Andy Budd

andybudd.com/archives/2021/06/what-to-include-in-your-design-portfolio
The purpose of a portfolio site is simple: to showcase the skills you have to the people who might want them. As such I’m often surprised when I see folks who describe themselves as UX/UI designers, choose to focus their portfolio on the UI side of the equation. It feels to me that these people may be selling themselves short by only focusing on a fraction of their skill-set, but before I jump into details, let’s start with some caveats. 

The power of the design doc. How documenting our process has become… | by Brendan Fagan | Deliveroo Design | Medium

medium.com/deliveroo-design/the-power-of-the-design-doc-fbf5070163f8
Way back when I was in the midst of my graphic design degree, touching on everything from branding to “book-making” (that one was painful), there was always one thing expected from every student when…

Those pesky pull request reviews – Jessitron

jessitron.com/2021/03/27/those-pesky-pull-request-reviews/
No one wants to review pull requests. This is a sign of a deeper problem than "people aren't following the process"

How to Stop Endless Discussions

candost.blog/how-to-stop-endless-discussions/
When we find ourselves in endless debates where everyone defends their idea, we don't know how to handle the situation.

SHAPE UP

basecamp.com/shapeup
Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters

The Toolbox Toolbox

toolboxtoolbox.com/
A curated list of the best analogue and digital toolboxes and methods from companies, institutions and thinkers.

Why I Don’t Believe in Empathic Design | Adobe Blog

theblog.adobe.com/why-i-dont-believe-in-empathic-design-don-norman/
I approve of the spirit behind the introduction of empathy into design, but I believe the concept is impossible, and even if possible, wrong.

Only One Deliverable Matters | Big Medium

bigmedium.com/ideas/only-one-deliverable-matters.html
Too much design effort goes into artifacts that are not part of the working software. There’s a better way to work.

Quelle éthique pour le design ? | InternetActu.net

internetactu.net/2017/09/18/quelle-ethique-pour-le-design/
Le designer Gauthier Roussilhe (blog) est parti à la rencontre de 12 designers à travers lEurope pour parler déthique appliquée à leur ...

Designers are Boring

deardesignstudent.com/designers-are-boring-9eba8cdf4346
The problem with the tiresome categories I listed above is a matter of approach. They’re technical and process-oriented. They care for means, but rarely for ends. They demonstrate “how” thinking at the expense of “why”.

Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend

programmingisterrible.com/post/139222674273/write-code-that-is-easy-to-delete-not-easy-to
Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend. “ “Every line of code is written without reason, maintained out of weakness, and deleted by chance” Jean-Paul Sartre’s Programming in ANSI...