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IxDA

IxDA Interaction Week: Sell solutions by starting with stories

The design process, from start to finish, is about knowing people – their problems, needs and feelings – and then creating solutions to their challenges. We achieve this by performing extensive research, leading in-depth conversations and learning new lingo. Read more...

Together

Are design patterns human enough?

The concept of “patterns” is a familiar one to designers; they are descriptions of repeatable forms that a given technology can take. Most design patterns describe a way a person interacts with a technology. Read more...


Journalism + Design: Building solutions to our greatest challenges

In late 2019, a team of designers, writers, researchers, and software developers at The New York Times published a list of 10 “themes” around news consumption to watch for in 2020. The list included plenty of interesting insights, but far more exciting was the methodology behind it. Read more...

Ceramics

No more requirements

Design doesn’t start by knowing things – it starts by discovering them. By pretending we know what a solution should be ahead of time, we’re short-circuiting the value of the work – and our own value, too. Read more...

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