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At IBM, design isn’t just a job—it’s a deep responsibility to the people we serve. Managed by and per IBM's guidelines.
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IBM Design 17h
I had this intuition that video games would also change my perspective. They seemed so much edgier, playing with deeper and more experimental UX techniques. —
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IBM Design 18h
Buttons are among the most popular interactive elements of a user interface. What’s more, they are vital in creating solid interactions and positive user experience. —
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Karel Vredenburg 21h
The designers from our Toronto area IBM studios had an awesome Campfire Chat with our global GM of Design Phil Gilbert at our Spadina studio. Thanks Phil for your insightful and inspirational talk.
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IBM Design 21h
I see a sense of responsibility in the design community to steward design thinking and the design practice in a way that will benefit the larger opportunity to provide our world with better solutions and outcomes.
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IBM Design 21h
IBM’s design program has invested in creating a design career framework that opens new doors for the designer and the design profession at large. And that’s a pretty big deal. — Eunice Chung
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Nakia Shelton Sep 17
Parting Thoughts from “The Evolving Role of Design” Interactive Breakout Session with Ben Landrum and Blake Helman, IBM dmi: Design Leadership Conference.
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IBM Design 22h
The requirements for designers to be more structured has been surging across the industry these past years. And with the introduction of Dark Modes in both mobile and desktop OS’s, another area of design now needs to be put into systems. —
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IBM Design Sep 17
How motion specs make it easier for designers and developers to bring user experiences to life
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Tyler King Sep 17
Saif and Estefanía led a discussion about ethics today at ! Thanks for keeping us ethical and empathetic so we can design for good
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IBM Design Sep 17
[ is] a system that grew retrospectively, taking advantage of lessons learned from early feature implementations to inform the patterns we wanted to codify. This post is about how we built it. —
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Doug Powell Sep 17
Thx for the shoutout, ! Great post & wise words on your experience at , the 6-week experience for newly-hired, early career designers at "...we’re all in this together and none of us have all the answers."
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IBM Design Sep 17
How I scaled the across — Scott Strubberg
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IBM Design Sep 17
Addressing our cohort, Distinguished Designer shared his words of wisdom: “Empathy, first for each other, then for the user.” from my colleagues has given me a sense of belonging and made me feel less like the new kid.
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Phil Gilbert Sep 17
Huge congratulations to all our Cloud designers around the world!
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IBM Design Sep 17
If we design a product for modest expectations, it will work for some. Instead, if we design our product for people who want to make the most progress, it will work for everyone. —
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IBM Design Sep 16
Bearing in mind that we are emotional beings driven by our experiences, I’ve decided I’d make it a goal to consciously create products that make my users feel “something”. —
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IBM Design Sep 16
Here are some lessons on learning, communicating, and creating an impact in a technically challenging space. — & Julianna Murphy
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IBM Design Sep 16
IBM designers share the unique challenges and opportunities of designing for data visualization —
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IBM Design Sep 16
What happens when you effectively eliminate “luck” from a dysfunctional, antiquated workflow? Bad people and tricky hacks get exposed, and that can lead to some difficult (but necessary) conversations. — Tony Moreno
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IBM Design Sep 16
In late July 2016, I began my exciting career as a UX Designer at IBM in Austin, TX. It’s been a wild ride and I’ve learned a ton — here are six quick lessons I learned along the way… —
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