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Chris Bank (7 Articles)

Chris Bank is the growth lead at UXPin. He also led growth at Lettuce (acquired by Intuit), MyFit (acquired by Naviance), and his own startup Epostmarks (USPS strategic partner), and launched Kaggle in the B2B tech vertical. In his downtime, he rock climbs, motorcycles, designs apps, travels, and reads.
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A Deep Look at Data & Content Design Patterns

Proper content and information design are important for traditional publishing and user-generated content sites, whether it’s the front-end experience or the underlying systems (ex: content management systems) that keep them…

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The Guide To UX Design Process & Documentation

Documentation is instrumental for concepting, designing, creating and measuring the performance of products. But it shouldn’t be done just for the sake of maintenance. After all, there’s nothing about a…

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The 15 Best Free Calligraphy Fonts

As you will see from our collection, there are plenty of high-quality free calligraphy fonts that can be used in both personal and commercial projects.

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Exploring Social Design Patterns For the Web

Although many people are designing mobile products that are social in nature, few understand what that really means, how it works, or why it’s important. While social features are becoming…

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The Importance of Navigation Design Patterns

In this article we discuss the importance of navigation design patterns using examples from some of the hottest websites and web apps. Once someone starts using your website or web…

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4 Reasons Minimum Viable Products Fail

It is common belief that roughly 80-90% of products fail. Although this figure defies logic, the myth persists. If over 80% of new products truly fail, does it make sense…

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10 Massively Successful Minimum Viable Products

Today, lean startups and tech titans alike are increasingly using the minimum viable product (MVP) as a starting point for building successful software products. In the article 4 Reasons MVPs…

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Building Minimum Viable Products at Spotify