As a designer, I am proud to work exclusively in cross-disciplinary teams of eminently qualified individuals where rapid, iterative delivery of quality work is key, and I have witnessed first hand how effective collaboration can make or break a project -even if every individual is an expert in their respective field. Here are a few things I’ve learned along the way.
Combining design and data driven problem solving approaches surfaces stories at the intersection of analytics and ethnography. They are your guide to make sure you work on the right problem, and your solution actually leads to the desired outcomes.
You too can be a creative thinker who goes down in history - or, at least, feel more fulfilled and do better work.
How to make best use of the unsung hero of ideation workshops.
Quality assurance should be part of every design project. If you have this as an item in your project plan, here is a guide and checklist to help you consider all that’s important.
Being asked to teach someone else the tricks of your trade can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your professional everyday. It can also ruin your work and personal relationships. Here is some advice to help you make sure you end up with the former.