A huge thanks to all you amazing 14 Industry Leaders that so wholeheartedly gave the Hyper Island students your precious time, shaping this years Frontend developer talents with real life experience and the latest from the Industry. The course "Design for the user" and six intense weeks of hands on UI/UX are completed.
Design for the user. Develop for the browser.
Yuliya Demchenko, H&M & Rafael Youakeem, Instabox
Building with blocks for consistency and scale: A Figma case study
Andrea Helmbolt, Figma HQ
Coding blocks using a design system (HTML/Tailwind)
Emil Sundberg, Snowfire
From design silos to design doing
Didier Chincholle, Ericsson
One Ericsson Design: EDS
Laura Moreno, Ericsson
Juan Greco, Ericsson
Users first. EDS and user research
Eilis Delany, Ericsson
Designing with words: A guide to writing for design systems
Eston Tay, Ericsson
Design and AI as an inspiring partner
Ahmed Ali B, Ericsson
Building and maintaining trust in the donation atmosphere
Elise Hammarström, Octany & Ignacio Varas, Cancerfonden
How designers can design behaviors
Patrik Forsberg, Hyper Island
Planning a Design system
Ditte Hammarström, Snowfire
Mastering code, design, teamwork, client, problem solving, iteration for sustainability for customers (and this year also pandemics and holidays in addition to that) and then presenting a wonderful result is not the easiest thing. The students have done an excellent job this year.
Course coordinator: Patrik Forsberg, Hyper Island.
The course "Design for the user" is created by Snowfire for Hyper Island.
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