Alexander Debkaliuk

UX Designer

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Alexander Debkaliuk

55 days ago

A Sense of Purpose

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Alexander Debkaliuk

67 days ago

11 Awkward Things About Email

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70 days ago

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73 days ago

Thinking in Triplicate

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77 days ago

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77 days ago

how to do nothing

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Alexander Debkaliuk

84 days ago

Aspire to Ever-Fatter Markers

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86 days ago

A Designer’s Code of Ethics

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124 days ago

Design Principles

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Alexander Debkaliuk

154 days ago

IKEA are cute #industrial_design

How Ikea's New Joinery is Advancing Their Design

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155 days ago

Software Is Politics

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Alexander Debkaliuk

184 days ago

Scientists understand that storytelling dials up emotion and dials back rationality, clouding objective analysis.

Theranos and the Dark Side of Storytelling

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Alexander Debkaliuk

189 days ago

I try to spend the least amount of time in every tool that I can. Use the tools that give you the highest amount of impact in the shortest amount of time.

Dan Mall Shares His Design Trade Secrets

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Alexander Debkaliuk

193 days ago

Rare insight into designing complex tools for professionals

Scrolling in money

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193 days ago

Typography for User Interfaces

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Alexander Debkaliuk

197 days ago

How convenient, for example, that you can turn up a phone’s contrast and brightness with a few taps. If perception can’t be improved, objects can be made more perceivable, right? But then the brightness seems, like morphine, to produce a need for more brightness, and you find yourself topping out, hitting the button in vain for more light only to realize that’s it. You’ve blinded yourself to the light that was already there.

What Are Screens Doing to Our Eyes—and Our Ability to See?

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Alexander Debkaliuk

261 days ago

Yes

On Surveys

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Alexander Debkaliuk

261 days ago

Nodding along

How Technology Hijacks People’s Minds — from a Magician and Google’s Design Ethicist

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Alexander Debkaliuk

327 days ago

Nice basic piece

Getting to Si, Ja, Oui, Hai, and Da

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Alexander Debkaliuk

329 days ago

Start with a yes, learn to say no.

Later, when teams understand the value, this play loses its power. That’s when the shift to the saying ‘No’ play comes in.

Every UX Leader Needs A Unique UX Strategy Playbook

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Alexander Debkaliuk

361 days ago

Something is wrong on the internet

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Alexander Debkaliuk

391 days ago

1. Serving the needs of the global poor
2. Designing new approaches to health, including aging and the end of life
3. Designing healthy and profitable food systems that can serve the needs of all
4. Designing citizen-centered government services
5. Designing the future of our urban communities
6. Anticipating the opportunities and challenges of over-the-horizon technologies
7. Designing the future of work and the corporation itself

The Next Big Thing in Design

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Alexander Debkaliuk

391 days ago

It’s like solving a rubik’s cube Jimmy. Your suggestion gets one side all sorted out, which is great, but it messes with the other 5 sides, and I have to solve the whole thing.”

Good UX designers must be fighters, because compromised designs are not good designs.

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Alexander Debkaliuk

427 days ago

Awesome summary

Offline UX Considerations

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427 days ago

Zanshin: Learning the Art of Attention and Focus From a Legendary Samurai Archer

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Alexander Debkaliuk

440 days ago

A great asset for project definition

Canvassing a project

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Alexander Debkaliuk

452 days ago

Great basics rundown

How to give constructive design feedback over email

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Alexander Debkaliuk

469 days ago

Beyond Utility: Re-Discovering Product Discovery

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Alexander Debkaliuk

494 days ago

Labeled with Love — Medium

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500 days ago

How to Run an Empathy & User Journey Mapping Workshop

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Alexander Debkaliuk

543 days ago

Great practical guide

Offline UX Considerations

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Alexander Debkaliuk

572 days ago

Эх

Доктор Комаровский : У нас на каждом углу аптеки, где вместо лекарств продается дерьмо. Но эту тему страшно поднимать – грохнут. Речь идет о миллиардах долларов

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Alexander Debkaliuk

576 days ago

Интересный подход к питанию, а что

«Знаете, что находят в желудке при вскрытии? Непереваренный кофе с молоком!»

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Alexander Debkaliuk

583 days ago

seriously, the guy has a point

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617 days ago

Please!

5 Minutes Early Is On Time; On Time Is Late; Late Is Unacceptable

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Alexander Debkaliuk

620 days ago

Great reference!

Design Better Data Tables

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Alexander Debkaliuk

666 days ago

Great feedback giving / receiving framework

How “Anxiety Parties” made our team more vulnerable and more effective — GV Library — Medium

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673 days ago

How “Anxiety Parties” made our team more vulnerable and more effective — GV Library — Medium

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Alexander Debkaliuk

688 days ago

On outsourcing #business

Because digital products and services play an increasingly important role in the day-to-day operations of normal businesses, it no longer makes strategic sense to outsource these activities wholesale. Instead, many traditional companies are starting to build internal digital capacity, which they can then augment and extend with agencies and freelancers. This allows product learning to stay within the team, and it ensures that these companies have control over their long-term digital future.

On Building Digital Capacity And Attracting Talent — Clear(left) Thinking — Medium

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Alexander Debkaliuk

697 days ago

Позитив

Чому в кишенях не видно реформ? — In Ukrainian — Medium

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Alexander Debkaliuk

697 days ago

Being in a situation where you are trying to concentrate on a task, and an e-mail is sitting unread in your inbox, can reduce your effective IQ by 10 points. (The Organized Mind, by Daniel J Levitin)

Why can’t we read anymore?

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Alexander Debkaliuk

699 days ago

On ethics in design

“Does this contribute to a future that promotes a positive existence for humans and their environment?”

Toward Sustainable Design Thinking

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706 days ago

Showing every SKU, of course, is exactly the Amazon approach - 'the everything store', and it works well for some categories, and especially when you know exactly what you want. But knowing what you want is not necessarily the starting point - that's what needs to happen along the funnel. Amazon's relative weakness at curation, discovery and recommendation (I've seen data suggesting the recommendation platform is only 1/4 of its books sales) is, I think, a big reason why, after 25 years of ruthless and relentless execution, it's still only got to 25% of the print books market in the UK and USA. A bookshop (or any shop) is, yes, the end-point to a logistics system, but a good bookshop is primarily a discovery platform. That is, it's more about the tables than the shelves. And the tables are lists, not inventory.

Lists are the new search

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711 days ago

Our democratic institutions were not designed for dealing with situations of interdependence

Zygmunt Bauman: “Social media are a trap”

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713 days ago

This is the most dangerous time for our planet

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718 days ago

The collaboration curse

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731 days ago

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738 days ago

Deconstructing urgent vs. important

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Alexander Debkaliuk

751 days ago

Great read on Apple design principles.

Design education is "tragic", says Jonathan Ive

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Alexander Debkaliuk

758 days ago

“Reading Is Fundamental Element Collages,” an article by Dan Mall

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