Principle
04

Hierarchy

Have the courage to make the tough decisions so your users don’t have to.

WW2 style poster that reads 'Fight for the Best! Always Test!'.

The UX

Great UX means thinking through your users’ needs, knowing what tasks they have to accomplish, and making sure your product makes it easy.

You have to prioritize. If you can’t make decisions about what’s most important, your users won’t either.

If every part yells, then no part is heard.

Inspiration

After World War II, the Don Drapers of advertising capitalized on families with expendable income to spend and babies to raise, encouraging women back into traditional gender roles.

While its sexism is outdated, the November 1952 cover of Coronet truly represents the era. We painstakingly recreated the cheerleaders with call-to-action sweaters.

Original Coronet magazine cover

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Unity

Designers, Strategists, Coders, and you! We’re all in this together!

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