Andrew Coyle is a product designer who resides in San Francisco


Design Writings

Typographic Hierarchy

Typography has to be considered from the beginning stages of the process in order to create a successful user flow.

Adding Hierarchy

There are many ways to achieve a visual hierarchy. Let's explore different ways to add direction to your design.

A Better Button

I created a button that requires a bit more work to press, but relinquishes the need to ask “are you sure.”

Typesetting & Your App

Typesetting may seem like a mundane aspect of design, but is one of the most important aspect of establishing good typography.

UI for UI’s Sake

The current theory of UI advocates that the best design is the least amount of design needed to accomplish a user’s goals.

The Anatomy of a Grid

The grid has been through many design movements and refinements. Despite this history, the grid is still in its infancy.

Material Design

Google launched its new design guidelines called Material Design. The initiative aimed at further developing its visual language.

Evolving Affordances

The user interface is a cultural relic that helps define a generation of social, mobile, global, and hyper-local digital users.

Lean Advertising

Brand stories connect to the value systems of its target audience. These ideas have a much greater chance of being lost in the noise.


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