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Dennis Kardys

Dennis Kardys

Director of Design & Production

As Diagram’s Design Director, Dennis focuses on helping clients realize the importance of user-centered design and developing elegant and intuitive websites. He is responsible for collaborating with clients to flesh out the vision for their project, running UX and discovery workshops, and working between teams to ensure that visually, conceptually, and functionally, each project lives up to its potential.

Dennis has over 12 years of combined experience in visual design, user experience, and web development. He is a recognized speaker, writer, and contributor within the UX and web design communities, and is obsessed with topics like responsive design, the mobile web, and design ethics. 

Dennis's Views

Solving Organizational Problems with Design Thinking

Believe it or not, a three-hour roundtable discussion is not the best way to collaborate on solutions to big organizational problems. Diagram's Dennis Kardys shares how the Design Thinking framework can help you work more effectively across teams and departmental silos.

Posted on 10.11.18 in: Digital Strategy

When Bad Design Makes Sense

When elements of a design come together in harmony it feels like pure and total bliss. But as designers there are times when it’s our duty to work against our own intuition, and at the expense of our own bliss, because sometimes bad design decisions make good sense.

Posted on 09.8.14 in: Design Advice

Hiding and Simplifying Content

Often when trying to design simple interfaces, we have a tendency to want to hide information inside of panels and tabs. But be careful you aren't doing more harm than good. Here are some considerations for designing simple interfaces.

Posted on 05.2.14 in: Design Advice