Sometimes, it’s necessary to develop new language to express what we’re trying to achieve. How else could a designer communicate a vision to their team or to investors if the technology doesn’t exist yet?
A British designer, artist, and entrepreneur. Advised companies such as Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, and Coca Cola.
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The path to a clean, complete, well-considered product is messy, messy, messy.
A veteran of the experience design industry, author of the book The User Experience Team of One, and VP of Experience at Publicis Sapient.
Products designed and built to achieve business goals alone will eventually fail; personal goals of users need to be addressed.
An American software designer and programmer. Widely recognized as the “Father of Visual Basic".
The difference between a good designer and a great designer is in their ability to articulate how their solution solves the problem in a way that’s compelling, fosters agreement, and gets the support needed to move forward.
An experienced product and design leader with a successful track record leading product and UX design teams from strategy to delivery. Author of the book Articulating Design Decisions.
Presenting and sharing your work is as important as doing the work itself, learn how to perform.
Dr Nick Fine PhD
Seasoned UX researcher and designer with a PhD in Human-Computer Interaction, known for saving UX through scientific thinking and for his work on “Personalising Interaction Using User Interface Skins”.