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My inbox has been flooded with news about startups offering ways to create apps with no-code. Most of them aren't much more than API connected spreadsheets on steroids, and that's not an insult. Some are much more than that, offering complex data…
Have you ever fallen victim to analysis paralysis? I bet you have. Not sure what that is? Here’s an example:
We talk about assumptions and hypotheses a lot when we're developing product strategy and making decisions on what to build. Whether you're creating something new or rethinking an existing product, you have to make some bold choices about what…
How do you decide whether something is valuable to you? What's the right price for your product or service? How much is too much? Or too little?
How do you go about creating a single design system to support multiple brands and products at the same time? What’s the impact of design systems for startups vs large companies? We’ll find out in today’s conversation with Mike Dick.
We're talking about this again? Okay. It's simple.
John Maeda, former MIT professor and renown designer, sent shivers down the spines of designers everywhere in his recent Design in Tech Report when he made the bold statement
Executives in legacy businesses, particularly those who aren't digital-first, often ask me how human-centered design can help them when they aren't shipping digital products. Look no further than the retail fashion chain Zara.
Twelve years ago at a SXSW afterparty Jeremy Keith, a fellow designer, first told me about "Twitter". It was just a fledgling text message service at the time. At his encouragement, at 1:28 PM on March 10th 2007 I sent a text message to 40404 (this…