In today’s episode we (David & Sagi) sit down to have a chat and share some lessons from our journey of transitioning to work on Hacking UI full time. We discuss how our motivation is centred around helping others and being the storytellers of the products that we create for our users.
Next week (on the week of the 22nd-27th of August), we’ll be in San Francisco and we’ll be hosting two awesome free events!
If you’re in town, you should come say hi! Beers & pizzas on us!
This week we were fortunate enough to meet face to face with Jon Lax, Director of Product Design at Facebook. In this insightful and brutally honest conversation, Jon shares the lessons he learned while scaling Teehan+Lax to almost 50 employees.
This week on the podcast we had a great discussion with Katie Dill, the director of experience design at Airbnb, one of the few companies in the world that’s truly disrupting an industry. In this conversation we discuss managing designers as a design experiment, how craft and hustle go together, and why the user experience should be important to every employee.
Icons are elements found in almost every place you can think of on the web and on mobile devices. A good designer needs to know how to create icons that are pixel-perfect, clear, sharp and uniform. In this post I’ll give some of my favorite tips and advice on how to create perfect icons.
In this week’s episode we had the privilege to talk with Bob Baxley, who is a design executive and has been managing designers for years. Bob has worked at some marquee companies including the likes of Yahoo, Pinterest, and Apple. In this interview as Bob shares with us what it takes to create powerful design leadership and how to navigate the different workplaces cultures in today’s top tech companies.
When we created Hacking UI, I wanted to figure out the perfect technical setup for a large blog. I wanted to know exactly how the best blogs were built, where they were hosted, what software they used and how they were developed. However, I didn’t find much on the subject. Today, we’ve reached a point…
Two years ago we launched Hacking UI as a blog to share our thoughts about improving the workflow between designers and developers. I think it’s fair to say that today, Hacking UI has evolved to become much more than a blog. Watch the recorded announcement: On our Facebook group: Or catch the recording on Periscope: @sagishrieber Hacking…
Hi, my name is Sagi, I’m a husband, a father of 2 amazing children + dog, a martial artist, a full time design director at a scaling startup, and have founded multiple side projects that I continue to maintain and scale.