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SaaS Application UX Design – Chapter #1: Client Onboarding

SaaS Application UX Design – Chapter #1: Client Onboarding

In case you do not see the framework well, please download it here. Intro The SaaS Dashboard UX Design Stack is a framework that breaks down the elementary components that form the overall experience of a SaaS dashboard. The stack is prepared for UX practitioners, product and marketing managers, growth hackers and CEOs of early-stage

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A design checklist for design initiatives

A design checklist for design initiatives

Most designers have been in one of those design meetings where there is a need to evaluate the design for a new component, and soon the discussion is stirred toward a dead end. No arguments make sense and everyone talks about everything and nothing. To avoid this situation, it is often a great practice to

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In-house teams vs. creative agencies, the benefits of each approach

In-house teams vs. creative agencies, the benefits of each approach

As someone who managed an in-house creative group and worked in creative agencies, I’d like to break down for you the differences of working with either an in-house team or a creative agency. About in-house teams Lives your culture A significant advantage of having an in-house team is that they can internalize the company missions,

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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 while

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Design Thinking vs. Design Sprint demystified

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

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