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Don't plan, experiment: a guide to lean product creation
It’s all about shifting your mindset from planning to experimentation. In this nutritious longform by Albert Fourage you discover how to validate assumptions through quick experiments that maximize learning.
How can a designer become a leader?
"When my manager asked me if I wanted to lead a team I almost automatically said no. In my head, leading a team, by default, would mean little time to design/make something, more time managing people and probably lots of admin work." José Torre shares his 7 tips to lead a design team.
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Is this a prototype or an MVP? Well actually, it’s a proof of concept
Learn how to use the right terminology for your software product.
Millennials love classic brands because they’re desperate for security
For millennials, who came of age amidst the global financial crisis of 2008, comfort and stability may seem like the ultimate luxuries. And they’re willing to pay good money for clothes that make them feel secure.
Think like an accessible UX researcher part 2: How many participants?
Involving people with disabilities in UX research should be about trying to answer meaningful questions that help you solve a problem. Without meaningful questions you risk wasting time and money.