Tag Archives: Design Thinking

Prototyping in Design Thinking: How to Avoid Six Common Pitfalls

The Design Thinking process cannot be done without prototyping and testing. However, for companies or teams unfamiliar with the Design Thinking method, there might be some common mindsets about prototyping that potentially undermine its effectiveness in helping you craft the optimal design … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Use Design Thinking In Your Daily Routine

What do the iMac computer, the Polaroid camera, and the Model T have in common? They’re the results of design thinking, a problem solving technique that combines logic, intuition and systematic reasoning to develop long-term solutions. This strategy isn’t limited just to designers; In fact, we think everyone can learn … Continue reading

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Prototyping: Learn Eight Common Methods and Best Practices

There can never be an exhaustive list of prototyping methods, since there is quite literally an endless number of ways you can build prototypes. What we can do, however, is provide a useful list of the eight most common prototyping … Continue reading

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A Guide To Building A Successful Startup Design Team

For eight years, I worked for a startup on a variety of UX, training and content strategy roles. When we were acquired in 2015, I was one of 20 employees that had stuck it out for the long haul. By … Continue reading

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How Difficult Is It to Design User Experience?

Designers often brand themselves as “User Experience” designers. In fact, it is almost impossible to find a designer today who doesn’t use this attribute in their resume. But the question is: Are they genuine User Experience (UX) designers? In general, … Continue reading

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