Issue #24: Your UX Team Needs a Design Technologist, and Supernova ✨: Turn Sketch designs into native mobile apps
This week we’ve got 2 sets of 7 for you:
What’s hot from the publication this week:
Tejas Bhatt runs us through a great case-study of the marketing automation platform, WebEngage, that operates out of Mumbai and US.
Eder Rengifo talks the ‘what, when and how’ of interactive prototyping process.
Yazin Akkawi shows us how design leadership has worked its way up to the CEO position.
Ricardo Magalhães asks what we can expect from a practical point of view when it comes to when it comes to variable fonts.
Moneta Ho Kushner talks about bridging the gap between design and development through the role of a design technologist.
Isabela Carvalho asks how we can explain to those outside our industry that design isn’t simply “drawing” interfaces?
Sean Hervo takes us through the timeline of Shazam – from how it first started as a retro SMS service to where it is today.
The reaction to the release of Abstract, and a bunch more new tools!
Greg R has put together a 15-minute long tutorial of a simple Abstract workflow for designers.
As well as Abstract, Caio Calderari highlights a few more options available for versioning our design masterpieces.
A macOS app for quick access to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) color contrast ratios. By Sam Soffes and Matt (@mds).
Flow is a free typeface built for wireframing Dan Ross. It comes in 3 weights – circular, rounded and block.
Sketch material is a sketch plugin that will help you generate complex material components like tables and forms – by Siddhartha Gudipati
Femke with another great tutorial on Atomic over on Tuts+
Turn Sketch designs into native mobile apps in minutes
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