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Doug Collins Sep 13
When a client/stakeholder says "I don't like this design," what do you do?
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Tony Alicea Sep 14
In tonight’s episode of “Aesthetics over functionality”.
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STPI Sep 12
can disrupt the infrastructure through several use cases like physical layer processing, clustering for automatic anomaly detection, prediction of quality for video streaming and database search at the data management layer.
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Doug Collins Sep 16
What does it mean to be a great professional?
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Derek Featherstone Sep 13
You get hundreds of search results on an e-commerce site, showing 25 at a time by default. You're on page 3 of those results when you notice the selector to change how many are on a page. You change it to 100 per page. What page and items now show?
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Michael Fisher Sep 13
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Doug Collins Sep 12
Where do you see yourself in five years?
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Doug Collins Sep 12
Consistency is key.
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InteractionDesignOrg Sep 14
User Stories: Create a Realistic, Concrete and Shared View of Your Users
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Hillel Cooperman Sep 16
It's for our products' user interfaces and for telling our story. It's for both our digital and our physical experiences. And we've been so excited to tell you about it for the longest time. It's a new system for . We call it Redwood.
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Joe Natoli Sep 12
PSA for my and sisters and brothers: you are not doing yourself any favors by calling out your clients or stakeholders or fellow team members or anyone who "doesn't get" UX as "fools" or "idiots." (1/3)
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InteractionDesignOrg Sep 15
Learn How to Approach User Interviews, Create Rapport and Ask the Right Questions
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Chris Beltran Sep 13
Some Friday humor for the twitterverse
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John Cutler Sep 7
I FINALLY DID MY MVP POST! sorta.
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Morgane Peng Sep 10
How to deal with people who don’t “get”   — it’s September and I finally wrote a recap of my talk. And my first story for collective 🥳
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Indi Young 20h
An unexpected benefit of problem space research is that it requires decision-makers to choose an audience and context to explore. These kinds of choices determine a focus that will provide the most input for high-priority business opportunities.
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John Cutler Sep 15
I think it would be pretty trivial to come up with a “new” method that shed some of the baggage of , and spoke intelligently to modern and . And didn’t use the word . And everyone would love it because it wasn’t . Maybe that’s how to save
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Aaron Benjamin Sep 15
Me: Isn’t walking through a designer’s actual experience better than a pretend design exercise? Person: No, people often just make stuff up. Me: ...😶
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Technoquill Sep 15
Online retailers: Sending emails like "Hey, you left something in your cart!" is really creepy.
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Warren Gavin 5h
Free tip. When using placeholder text for, say, a user booking a flight on your website, it's best if that text isn't associated with disappearing while flying
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