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Design & Product Pitch Canvas

Dan Nessler Avatar| By dan_nessler on January 5, 2022

    { 🎤 } – To pitch a product idea, design, or even yourself in a job interview This article was originally published on UX Collective. Canvases have been all over the place in recent years. They have become a go-to resource in design, business and other fields. I first encountered the Business Value & Value proposition […]

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    The Quest for Simplicity

    Eugen Eşanu Avatar| By eugenesanu on December 1, 2021

      Complexity is Not the Opposite of Simplicity This article was originally published on UX Collective. Most of the times we think as complexity as something bad. And I tended to fall in that pitfall myself. Until one day when I was having a conversation with a product manager, and he was showing me how the […]

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      How to Get Inspired on the Run

      Dan Nessler Avatar| By dan_nessler on November 10, 2021

        { x } – The best Design, Tech & UX Podcasts This article was originally published on UX Collective. In the hope you’ll find some joy and inspiration as I have, I would like to share my favourite podcasts in design, UX, tech and general interest. Why Audio Podcasts? I have recently rediscovered a media […]

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        How to Influence Choice Through Default Effect

        Eugen Eşanu Avatar| By eugenesanu on October 13, 2021

          { 🧠 } – Choice Architecture and the Cost of Thinking This article was originally published on UX Planet. At a school, teen girls had just discovered lipstick. They would go into the toilets to apply it. Then, giggling, they’d leave imprints of their lips on the large mirror. This made a lot of extra […]

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          Principles For Designing Better Products

          Eugen Eşanu Avatar| By eugenesanu on September 15, 2021

            { 🎛 } – It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work by J. Fried and DDH This article was originally published on UX Planet. As a general rule, to build something great is not about more hours and resources thrown at a problem, but less bullshit. Itended to believe that with all technological advancement, […]

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            The Curse of Knowledge Bias

            Eugen Eşanu Avatar| By eugenesanu on July 21, 2021

              { 👨‍💻 } – And How it Impacts Your Work This article was originally published on UX Planet. Did you ever present work, were you did tons of research and sketched a perfect plan of execution, only for your management team to refuse it because they didn’t get it? Or do you ever get so […]

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              Sacrificing Emotional Experience for Efficiency

              Eugen Eşanu Avatar| By eugenesanu on April 28, 2021

                { 🧠 } – London’s Black Taxi Cab, Electric Vehicles and LEGO Have you ever noticed that once we make certain things more efficient, we, sometimes, lose the emotional connection with the brand, service or object? For example, we now have more efficient planes, but the flying experience is less pleasant. Frankly speaking, it is […]

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                It’s Okay to Leave Side Projects Unfinished

                Briandito Priambodo Avatar| By brianditopriambodo on March 10, 2021

                  { 🚧 } – Because Not Everything Is Worth Doing How many side projects have you left unfinished? There are times when you have the spark and passion for an idea, but you just can’t do it immediately. There are ideas that you would always come back to every now and then but never end […]

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                  Where Will UX Design Be in 5 Years?

                  Olha Bahaieva Avatar| By olhabahaieva on January 27, 2021

                    { 🤖 } – UX Knowledge for a Designer to Stay Up-to-Date No one could imagine the sudden change in people’s lives in 2020. The same happens in the Tech. You hear about new device releases or new libraries for programmers. All this affects your design work. Every day changes are routine to UX designers […]

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                    Stop Solving Real Problems Once in a While

                    Dan Nessler Avatar| By dan_nessler on January 6, 2021

                      { ❓ } – How to Stop Taking Things Too Seriously Heard of dark mode? Of course, you have. Dark mode is said to reduce eye strain, it has grown in popularity, and user demand. Sketch recently released a new version of their software offering the dark side of the screen, thus addressing a user need and […]

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