We live in a world where people are more eager to read the documentation of their smart kettle and other appliances instead of reading their own (homo-sapiens) documentation.
The UXCG is a one-of-its-kind free tool thoroughly created in a few years with a single purpose: to lower the threshold of understanding of the key knowledge for any human being: cognitive biases (patterns of human thinking).
The tool is designed specifically for managers of all kinds and addresses the most generic questions with scientific points of view.
Stéphanie works in enterprise UX, on dashboards, internal tools and web apps with a LOT of complex data to display. Most of the time, that data is displayed in different forms and variations of tables. From basics and specific table patterns to enterprise app tables tips and fitting big tables with a lot of content in any screen, she put together a list of resources and blog posts that will help you design complex tables with a lot of data and interactions.
3 min read · Jul 28th · I came across this website, Gridless Design recently, and it immediately struck a chord. It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a long time — the way that the usual design process, where…