Rubens Cantuni
Emmy-awarded Design Lead @ MetaLab (Articles are my own opinions). Author of the book http://designappsforkids.com
Twitter contextual menu showing a fake edit function

If you’re on Twitter, you surely know that one of the most common feature requests from users is the infamous edit button. Twitter, since the beginning, never offered the chance to editing tweets; you can either leave it or delete it (and rewrite it, if you want).

Twitter users seem…

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I’ve been mentoring young designers on ADPlist and MentorCruise for some time now and I had amazing conversations with designers all over the globe. From these exchanges, I got the chance of understanding which are some of the most common struggles of junior and aspiring designers today. …

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If I had to point my finger at the biggest trend in design in 2020 I’d definitely point at data visualization.

Sure, it’s nothing new. Data viz crawled from its origins on scientific papers into mass adoption earlier than that, especially during big events such as US elections, thanks also…

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Computer vector created by macrovector_official

Gamification is one of those buzzwords that started gaining more and more popularity a few years ago. Lots of companies tried to implement some sort of gamification mechanic in their products, but very few did that right.

Why it’s important for us to understand what gamification is and how it…

Rubens Cantuni

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