Design constraints are limitations on what designers can do with a design. They can feel like a bad thing, but they can be useful.
Multivariate testing is a type of testing where multiple variables are tested at once, unlike A/B testing where only one variable is tested at a time.
A project sponsor oversees projects and ensures that they advance the business’s goals, missions, and overall vision.
Design handoff is the process of handing off designs to developers for them to implement, and it requires the right tools.
Learn how to avoid loading up designs with too many decorative elements and craft a visual aesthetic that looks good without impacting UX.
Branching in Figma is perfect for helping collaborators work within the same space, enabling multiple teams to work on multiple branches.
Managing individual social loafers isn’t too difficult; it’s when teams are made up of multiple personality types that things start to get complicated.
A sustainable competitive advantage is a competitive advantage that you’re can maintain for at least the foreseeable future, ensuring that your competitors are unlikely to beat your product.
Survey templates aren’t bad, they’re just unlikely to give you all the insights you’ll need right out of the box. Creating your own survey will help you uncover what you need to know.
Here are 11 Figma widgets you and your team might appreciate — they’re intended to help you save time and make your job easier.
Here’s a look at the best Figma plugins and integrations for design system management. These tools can help you design whatever you envision.
Paper prototyping is really “just sketching,” but it can actually be an incredibly powerful process when used to its full potential.