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Zen and the Art of UX Design

How a Japanese aesthetic can help you create better work

Photo: Wolfgang Filser/EyeEm/Getty Images

FFinding your way as a designer can be difficult sometimes. In this beautiful world that we live in, there are so many different ideas and iterations, it is easy to get overloaded. Sometimes a set of guiding principles is all that is needed to get started down a path and find your way. If you are anything like me, it is…




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Dmitri Atrash

Dmitri Atrash

I’m a former U.S. Naval Aviator turned user experience and product designer. I help businesses connect with their users through engaging digital experiences.

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