HOW TO STAY SANE AND GET A JOB AS A JUNIOR UX DESIGNER DURING COVID CRISIS

HOW TO STAY SANE AND GET A JOB AS A JUNIOR UX DESIGNER DURING COVID CRISIS

Junior Months passed since this pandemic but the damage remains. As businesses are starting to collapse and employment is going in a downward direction. Things around us are not getting any better and permanent solutions are far from reality. If you are a junior UX design looking for opportunities things might be a blur for

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When should you involve developers in the design process? Early on!

When should you involve developers in the design process? Early on!

  Developers have huge amounts to add to discussions about design. I can go on and on ranting about this topic but to put it in a nutshell, not involving developers in the design process can lead to designs that are impossible to build. Period! Engineers are detail-oriented and deal with knots-and-bolts of the app

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Design Thinking vs. Design Sprint demystified

  ON THE ORIGIN OF THE DESIGN THINKING Robert A. Simon and Robert Mckim introduced ‘Design Thinking’ in such a manner viewing “design as a way of thinking” in 1969. Fast forward a bit and David Kelly (IDEO) adapted it to business purposes followed by Richard Buchanan which tried to address human concerns with Design

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Sell Design, Not Design Sprints

Sell Design, Not Design Sprints

  Design Sprint is by far the hottest technique in the field of problem-solving. I’m personally a big fan because of its strict no BS policies including NOT having the conventional brainstorming session and its impressive lets-get-muddy-now attitude. Still, there are legitimate concerns regarding the technique. First and foremost, it requires a huge upfront commitment

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The inner workings of design, an intricate relationship to art and filmmaking

The inner workings of design, an intricate relationship to art and filmmaking

  Although design and art have been borrowing from each other, they’re of contrasting nature inherently. This doesn’t mean a designer can’t practice art and vice versa. There are designers with workflows that are heavily influenced by artistic approaches.   DESIGN IS, ART IS NOT. An artist is not mandated to solve a problem and

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