All posts tagged: human centered design

Tips for Getting More Nuanced Answers from User Interviews

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Content Strategy / Uncategorized / User Research / UX Design

“As soon as we decide on a technology over user needs, we fail to be user-centered.” – Caio Braga in “AI and the big why” Showing Respect for People’s Context and Emotions While studying for my Master’s degree in Human Centered Design & Engineering, one of the first lessons I learned was to understand people’s challenges before designing. Instead of leading with a certain technology or solution in mind, it’s important to be clear on what […]

Your Point of View Is Your Brand

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Business & Culture / Marketing & Brand
Lighthouse in the Dark

Side note: I have always been a firm believer in writing about things I care about and that might add a lot of value to whomever reading. But Hunter Walk’s post reminded me that I can let go of the pressure to be right, have everything figured out, or write something definitive to “build an audience.” (Though that would be nice.) Just share what you know. It might attract someone who you can learn from. TL;DR: Stand up […]