Tobias follows up that the gold rush is both good and bad (as are most changes in the world). And some folks in the responses disagreed with this point that there are “few to no hard requirements” to become a UX designer.
Bonus: A fine vintage
While playing around in an ancient latrine (as they do), archaeologists in France uncovered a 900-year-old grape seed that is a perfect genetic match to a certain type of grape still used in wine production today.
The grape, Savignon Blanc—not to be confused with the vastly more famous Sauvignon Blanc—is thought to be the ancestor to many beloved wine varieties, and is still used to create an odd yellow wine called vin jaune that one wine writer calls “the weirdest wine you’ll ever have.”
Margaret Kelsey is a content marketer at Appcues. Before Appcues, she built content programs for InVision’s design community for 3.5 years and has roots in painting and PR. She’s a big fan of puns, Blackbird Donuts, and Oxford commas—probably in that order.