Microsoft Design

Putting technology on a more human path, one design story at a time.

Joline Tang

Former teacher, current cat owner. I manage the Microsoft Design Medium account on the side. My words are all me.

Trish Winter-Hunt

Formerly Tucson. Currently Redmond. Perpetually Online. Content Manager at Microsoft. Views are my own.

Sheetal Agarwal

Sr. Design Researcher, Microsoft Research + Insight; Enabling Customer Informed Decisions. Views are my own

Josh Cottrell-Schloemer

Ex-Entrepreneur. Startups acquired=1. Comp Intel and Monitoring Expert. Google Data Studio Consultant. Based in Tokyo/Chiang Mai. Founder-G2 Performance Agency

Erin Wilcox

Research Content Writer, Microsoft Research + Insight; exploring the world of UX research & telling its stories. Views are my own.

Grace Queen

Writer for Microsoft. Baker of burnt cookies. All views expressed are my own unless I’m quoting an episode of Seinfeld.

Latest Posts

Making Sense of Scents

Describing and enhancing the human experience, nose first

Steve Kaneko Isn’t Retiring

This Microsoft Design icon reflects on design culture and the coolest things you have yet to see

Beyond Vision: Sound Design as Sensory Design

Orchestrating healthier and more beautiful digital experiences

AI Guidelines in the Creative Process

How we’re putting the Human-AI Guidelines into practice at Microsoft

Guidelines for Human-AI Interaction

Eighteen best practices for human-centered AI design

HoloLens 2 Hands-On

After four years of waiting, does Microsoft’s new holographic computer live up to the hype?

The Microsoft Voice, Part 2: Can We Talk?

How we take UX writing just seriously enough

Creating a More Inclusive World: How to Test Products for Accessibility and Usability

Apply these usability tenets to make your designs more accessible

Evolving the Microsoft Fluent Design System

Reflections on our design history, the progression, and the potential of how we collectively design for the future

IxDA Student Design Challenge: Designing Their Heart Out

A week of empathy, community, and good old-fashioned competition at Interaction 19


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