Meetings rarely produce meaningful design work. And most, if not all, meetings are a waste of time. So why do we have them?
Two designers. One has three years of experience. The other has 10 years of experience. Who is the better designer?
As a designer, you might think you know best. But when you drop your opinion and guide your team towards validating assumptions - you take on the position of facilitator. A far more impactful role.
At any UX design conference, this inevitable question always makes an appearance: "How do you get stakeholders to value design?". Here are six ways to ensure that status-quo doesn't change.
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