DevTools for Designers

This is such an interesting conversation thread that keeps popping up year after year. The idea is that there could (and perhaps should) be in-browser tooling that helps web designers do their job. This tooling already exists to some degree. Let’s check in on perspectives from a wide array of people and companies who have shared thoughts on this topic.

Ahmad Shadeed wrote for us last year about how DevTools can be useful to designers in a number of ways, …
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Preventing Suicide with UX: A Case Study on Google Search

I came clean about my long-running and ongoing battle with chronic depression last year in a blog post on my personal site. But don’t worry, things no worse than they were then and this post is about something else. This post is about designing empathetic user experiences.

Several other sites have been posting on this topic, whether it’s how UX can improve mental health or how it can be used to prevent suicide.
It’s the latter I’d like to …
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