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Recently, a point of view was brought to my attention that the vast majority of the contributions of user experience generally inform the product development process but don't necessarily influence it. The differentiation was stark - informing the UX meant that the product was being shaped by others while we (UX Design) helped mold it into … Continue reading Informing or Influencing?
I work in an Agile shop. It's been challenging making the transition and we're still far from comfortable but we're making progress. There are many changes to the way "we've always designed" when adopting an Agile philosophy. This post will focus on one realization I've made recently - there are no job titles, we are … Continue reading We are all designers
In an email exchange with Jason Putorti (@novaurora) this week the term “The Maker’s Schedule” was brought up. I’d never heard it before and decided to investigate. My first inclination was that this was some kind of religious phrase that has carried over into the professional world. Turns out I was wrong. Way wrong. A … Continue reading The Maker’s Schedule