Photo by UX Indonesia on Unsplash

Walking about with Canon 600D — Canillo and La Massana

The best view comes after the hardest climb

Designer’s point of view on the recent political, economic, and social shifts

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The miscommunication

Surrounded by mountains and amazing people!

Where is Andorra, you ask?

Six steps of the design process with arrows linking them all in one flow

My design process after eight years of testing in the production pipeline

Here’s the main design process I tend to follow:

  1. Start from the design thinking sessions with stakeholders
  2. Conduct additional market and user research
  3. Define flows
  4. Wireframe top level flows and key screens
  5. Implement base flows and interface in a working React app
  6. The cycle of iterations begins… end usually never ends 😉

A short summary of ten years of design engineering research.

graph showing a complex shape made out of separate different parts

1. Elements of the interface can be rendered together or separately with each other.

Browser layout with elements and a hand pointing at it

Bionic bar on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, Source

Searching for productivity gains in engineering


Let’s get it out of the way; software engineering is a complicated endeavour.

No to no code

Uneventful methodologies

Expensive talent

Making sense of best practices in UX.

What’s the difference between guidelines, design systems, and conventions?

illustration shows conceptual representation of guidelines a messy line, design systems as lego blocks, conventions as goals
Guidelines, design systems, and conventions

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Rapid-code patterns in React Apps for designers and product owners who want to contribute directly to the final product

Rapid-code is not no-code

Imagine a combined flexibility of code with simplicity of Lego blocks powered by sophisticated productivity tools.

Tom Parandyk

I make creative tools for the next generations of product engineers. Co-founder at Views Tools. Full Stack Designer at Greyfinch.

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