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I’m Nick Disabato, a designer and writer from Chicago. Most people call me nickd, though. My work has generated over $6 million in additional revenue for awesome businesses like The Wirecutter, ConvertKit, Smart Marketer, Planet of the Vapes, and New Music USA. “He” & “they” pronouns are fine for me.
I’m probably most well-known for writing Cadence & Slang, a small book about interaction design that’s repeatedly been called the most essential resource for building usable & humane technology. It’s sold over 3,500 copies and counting. More recently, I’ve also written Value-Based Design, the definitive answer to how design can economically help business.