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Learnings

Couple of months ago, I did this figure to show the relationship between UX design and the other entities of my agency. At first, they found it a bit pretentious to place my job at the center. I don’t have the pretension to claim that we are more important than

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Learnings

Yesterday evening, I was attending the very interesting Service Design Meet Up in London. One of the great things about this meet up is that, after the talks, a couple of people can share some of the issues they are facing in their current job and ask the audience for

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From user research to a product roadmap - framework
Learnings

That’s it, your user research is done and you have found plenty of insights. (Well done!) But how to sort them? How to transform them into actions? Where to start? It’s always difficult to pick the right insight to address first and to find an agreement among teams. It’s also

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Inspirations

Our selection of the best articles and content on the web this week. Enjoy!   Hooked: how to build habit-forming products What makes some products so engaging while others flop? Nir Eyal explains the psychology behind the world’s most habit-forming technologies and provides practical advice for increasing user engagement.  

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Inspirations

What we loved online this week!   A 3D printed bridge!! « In 2017, Dutch designer Joris Laarman will wheel a robot to the brink of a canal in Amsterdam. He’ll hit an “on” button. He’ll walk away. And when he comes back two months later, the Netherlands will have a

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Inspirations

The best of the web this week curated by Shake Up ID’s team. Improving team performance The retrospective meeting will help you to improve your team’s performance, a fast and easy exercise aimed at fielding honest feedback and keeping everyone accountable. Read « 3 steps to improving team performance » on Design

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Since a couple of years, some UX designers renamed themselves as UX architects. That’s probably because the word « designer » sounds too interaction focused, and that because the UX job also includes information architects skills. So, I’ve been wondering what are .   ACCEPT ALL CONSTRAINTS Some theories about evolution tell that species

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Inspirations

The best of what we found on the web this week!   UX REACTIONS A delightful Tumblr for UX people. A series of GIF and quotes from UX designers around the world. Discover uxreactions.com   RESEARCH SPRINT Getting your answers in 4 days! “User research is a fast, reliable way

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Inspirations

The best of what we read on the web this week.     THE FULL STACK EMPLOYEE Full stack employees have an insatiable appetite for new ideas, best practices, and ways to be more productive and happy. They’re curious about the world, what makes it work, and how to make their

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