It seems natural that the design team, being as it is in the service of the development team, should be organized in the same way, around a 2-week sprint. Unfortunately, in practice, that rarely works well. There is a vast difference between the work required to design the product and the work required to build one. Here’s how to keep both teams happy and productive.
The One Thing Intelligent Leaders Should Never Say to Designers
Nothing comes close to the negative impact on the morale and effectiveness of your designers than this one word you should ban from your office.
What is the Most Inventive Thing Youâ€™ve Done?
Someone recently asked me, â€œWhat is the most inventive thing youâ€™ve done?â€ Woa. Full stop. Talk about a total brain freeze. You mean out of over 100 projects, patents, client engagements, talks, and workshopsâ€¦ I had to pick just one? But after only a momentâ€™s hesitation, I realized that there was simply no debate.
â€œArrogance and fear still keep you from learning the simplest and most significant lesson of all,â€ Ancient One tells Dr. Strange. â€œItâ€™s not about you.â€ Let me break this down into four key lessons that this particular arrogant and fearful fool had to learn the hard way.
Lean UX Communication Strategies for Success in Large Organizations
Make your lean UX design practice more collaborative and productive by employing these four sophisticated yet straightforward lean UX communication strategies, especially adapted for success in large, distributed organizations.
3.5 Lean UX hacks to help you succeed in large organizations
Not every UX strategy meets with instant success in complex organizations, especially at companies in a transition from traditional heavy industries, or those whose culture is dominated by engineering. The 3.5 Lean UX hacks described in this article are hands-on, practical strategies to help you make your design and research practice more collaborative and productive in a large organization, while also preserving your sanity.
How to Draw an Effective Storyboard: UX Design Project, DesignOps Workshop, Web, Mobile, or Wearable Product Design
Video: 36-minute free segment of O’Reilly Video Course. Covers all of the essential parts of the storyboard: Things, People, Faces, Opening Slide, and Transitions. Expert hands-on guided exercises provide step-by-step instruction in basic drawing skills. The module also covers advanced topics like poses and camera angles for students who are ready to move to the …
Effective Sketching for UX Design: New O’Reilly Video Course
30 Minute video: Parts of a Storyboard is currently available to view FREE, for a limited time. I’m proud to present our new video course from O’Reilly Media: Effective Sketching for UX Design Written and presented by UX design expert Greg Nudelman (clients include Oracle, Cisco, and eBay) and Emmy-nominated graphic designer Will Krause (Sesame …