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Accelerate failure. It’s a bit opposite from what we’re used to. Normally, we like to […]
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I did another experiment last week… I launched something that wasn’t perfect. But I knew […]
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Here’s a quote I love … Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn once said, “if you’re […]
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Are you afraid … or let’s be real … perhaps totally terrified of … Public […]
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What is a design lens? Why is designing with lenses so important in user experience […]
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I’ve been beta testing a program about UX portfolios recently. When I first had the […]
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One of my friends, Tami, is a really great communicator. She doesn’t waste time and she gets to the point. A lot of people could think it’s abrasive or cold to receive an email reply from her that’s only a short sentence. But the truth is, she’s simply being smart with her time and not adding clutter to our already busy lives!
I want to give you a tip on the art of asking questions. Before I ask anyone a question, I always try and do these 4 things to make sure I’m asking a well researched and specific question.
How do you validate your idea? What happens when you don’t validate your idea? A […]
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Newsflash … nothing is an overnight success. A lot of people ask me for shortcuts […]
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Recently I’ve been telling you a bit more about the behind the scenes of my business so that you can follow along and see how I put into practice what I tell you to do when it comes to product development and design.
One topic I’ve been talking a lot about is the idea of validating your idea before you build. When we get excited about an idea, we get tempted to build because we love to see progress. So when I had the idea to create a program to help designers with their UX portfolios, I immediately started going down the dangerous path of all the “fun stuff” – what would the landing page look like, what about a logo, what it could become in 6 months or 12 months.
In June some of my friends were in NYC for a conference. They’re entrepreneurs. You […]
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Last week I had an idea. I couldn’t get it out of my head. So I […]
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Have you ever heard the saying, buy it cheap, buy it twice? My mum mentioned […]
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At the start of June, I spent 8.5 hours trapped in a toilet room, overnight, with a cat, in Paris. Very long story and I’m sure you have so many questions. So I published the story on Medium in case you want to hear what actually happened.
Everyone keeps asking me, “how did you not freak out, how did you not get claustrophobic?” … because the toilet room was about the size of an airplane toilet.
One of the hardest things to do is know when to execute on an idea. […]
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Recently I’ve been doing some UX coaching with companies. For these companies, they have their […]
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