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Where to Go: Best Design Events of 2016

New year, new budget. I put together a subjective list of UX events: conferences, barcamps and local holidays held in the US, Europe and Israel you might want to pencil in your calendars. Some of them are paid, some (virtually) free. I’ve already visited a few of them, while others are still on my to do list. However, I believe each of them will bring something new to your skillset.
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Three days ago, David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails, gave the community something that got everyone talking. His Twitter followers could see the exciting news about the upcoming new design of Rubyonrails.org. We’re looking forward to see the whole work as we’re sure it will be awesome!
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At Netguru, we provide not only web and mobile development services for our clients, but also deal with design. Every day, designer working at our UX design agency do their best to prepare the most outstanding designs possible and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in design and UX. Of course, they also share their experience and knowledge about best practices. Check out the 10 design posts that appeared on Netguru’s blog in 2015 that you must read!
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What is the reason for designing? We design in order to achieve the maximum benefit with the optimum management of limited time and financial resources. Both designers and managers working on a project have to solve problems and decide where they should allocate their resources.
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Have you switched from Illustrator to Sketch? Do you miss some features available in your previous tool? That’s exactly what occurred in our team - Bartek, one of the designers, needed a quick and easy solution that would save his time while working in Sketch. I’m always happy to help and that’s why I built a little plugin that solved the issue. Let me introduce you to Move It!
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5 Biggest Mistakes In User Onboarding

Converting brand new customers into returning, active and regular users is perhaps the ultimate challenge of any business. Whether you’re in restaurant trade, selling used cars, or indeed building new apps and software for your discerning clients, the first-time experience of the service and product you provide is everything.
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Some time ago, we explained the main assumptions of anticipatory design. Now it’s time to specify who can benefit from that kind of design the most, explain what possible risks can be related to it and tell you what our approach to anticipatory design is.
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There’s every chance that you might not have heard about this exciting new trend in design. It’s just starting to spread its anticipatory wings and take off in some of the most innovative dev houses operating around the world today. It’s being called ‘Anticipatory Design’, and is formulated on the premise that less (choice) is more.
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What to Expect from a Designer

Earlier we spoke about the fear of designers you experience as a client and the dilemmas involved in hiring a designer. So, this piece is for you to get a realistic handle on what to expect - unrealistic expectations are, in fact, the root of all evil.
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On Twitter, you can also find a vast and thriving community of designers and developers who share their knowledge and sources of inspiration. In this article, I will pinpoint the 15 best Twitter designers' profiles that, in my opinion, could turn out to be a rich resource of incentive and fresh ideas for you.
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