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The UI/UX Patterns You Literally Can’t Use

Exploring design patents from tech companies

This is the spiritual successor to a story that appeared in OneZero in April 2019: “From Like Buttons to Message Bubbles: The UX Designs You Can’t Use

You love thinking big. You love looking at other tech companies to see how they designed their products, or their navigation system, or that…

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Christie Tang

Christie Tang

Product Designer at Meta. Jury at Awwwards. eSports enthusiast. Bonafide nerd. Ketogenic foodie. Sarcastic and crass INTJ.

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