Kat Windley

Kat Windley

Lead designer @ Conde Nast Digital UK Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to The New York Times Redesign, Jan 11, 2017

    I think before attempting a redesign like this, it would be good to be clear about what problem you are trying to solve with it. Also consider what it might be like to work at NYT, publishing stories as quickly as possible, availability of images etc. Is this a print/magazine design or web, its hard to tell?

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  • Posted to The Outline — It's not for everyone. It's for you. (via Joshua Topolsky), in reply to Brent Riddell , Aug 03, 2016

    Great article, all of this is so true (after having worked at Conde Nast). I wouldn't have signed up just from that landing page, I can't say the design was that intriguing, but have definitely signed up after reading the article.

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  • Posted to Why the Comment Section on Dribbble Sucks, in reply to Arix King , Jun 06, 2016

    I like this idea. Another point is that Dribble is just flat images or small animations, its pretty hard to get a sense of interaction and how the design will be used. It would be good to be able to get feedback on prototypes too.

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  • Posted to Any recs on rapid prototyping tools?, Sep 27, 2014

    uxpin.com is good, its collaborative, very fast and has great libraries to use

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  • Posted to On Design Conferences—Jeffrey Zeldman, Sep 27, 2014

    Great article. Being on the conference circuit seems to be a full-time job for some renowned speakers. I'd also like to hear from the people who's job is creating, making and working on new things.

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