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💸 What Draft is
Draft is an interaction design consultancy that optimizes online stores. Unlike other optimization consultancies, we use design research to inform our experiments – which beats the industry-wide success rate by over 400%. We’re proudly independent, and have been around for one metric tech eternity, aka 8 years and counting.
💁🏻 Your intrepid author
I’m Nick Disabato, a designer and writer from Chicago. I’m the author of Cadence & Slang and Value-Based Design. Over the past 17 years, I’ve worked for great clients like The Wirecutter, Gravitytank, Planet of the Vapes, New Music USA, and Chicago Magazine. I look like that drawing to the right, there. You can read a longer bio if you’re still curious.