Atomic Design 2.0 - Revisiting the Method

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UX Database Newsletter #99

“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.” Red Adair

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My trip to Valencia

Well, this week I've been on holiday in Valencia and it's been spectacular. I don't want to tell you much about what I did there, but I would like to talk about an exhibition of product design (physical) that I visited with my partner and that was really interesting, called "Why are they like this?"



They talked about why their products are shaped the way they are and how they have evolved over the course of their lives. When we talk about the concept of evolution, the formal definition is "the process of transformation of species through changes produced in successive generations"; but what can we consider a transformation within a product?



This exhibition named the different "evolutions" that an object can undergo, these being: lowering costs, innovation, complementing existing objects, speeding up, adding more functions, reducing its size, making it easier to use, stylising aesthetically and attracting attention.

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I'd really like to write more about this exhibition, so I'll tell you more about it in the next issue!



If you want to see what the exhibition is like, here is a link: Everyday objects come to life in Valencia



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Articles & Ideas

Revisiting the Atomic Design Method for Design Systems

Hannah Heinson

Figma Librairies are the invisible backbone of our Product or Brand Designers’ daily delivery. This means they must not be neglected, even more when your team is scaling fast, as we are at Doctolib.

Jérôme Benoit

How Agile and DevOps can influence a modern approach to the design of software visuals, UX, and interactions.

Mikael Vesavuori

A lot of big companies struggle to build a uniform experience for their products across different verticals, this is because no proper Northstar for products, each product have multiple designers supporting them and building something which will solve for their user, but in this race, they forget to build a uniform experience across all the products for their customers and users.

Prateek Gupta

To strengthen people’s memory skills, we should design interfaces that help users practice recall.

Jakob Nielsen

How and why the Flagship Themes team made accessibility a priority in the design process

Scott Vinkle

Your natural design instinct might tell you to stay true to good old-fashioned pagination at first. Yet before you know it, you might start wondering if infinite scroll might be a good option to consider, given the very unique use case that you have. So is infinite scroll actually a good idea?

Vitaly Friedman

Whitespace is the empty space between (or inside or around) design elements, e.g. between an image and textual elements, between two lines of text or two letters. Its synonym is negative space. Whitespace is not necessarily white, it can be any color (or texture).

Krisztina Szerovay

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