Debbie Millman talks to author and researcher Brené Brown about belonging, courage, and vulnerability. “The very first thing I look for in you is vulnerability. And the very last thing I want to show you is my vulnerability.”
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In this Keynote at IxDA’s ILA 2018, Katja Forbes argues that since multidisciplinary team members are all using the tools of design, our roles as Designers are changing to include an unexpected soft skill, Design Coaching. You are not a Designer, You are a Coach!
In this keynote at IxDA’s ILA 2018, Kim Goodwin talks about how designers can keep human-centered values at the center of our practice […]
In this keynote at IxDA’s ILA 2018, Alok Nandi argues that design practitioners are the agents able to articulate change making and sense making by providing “updated design configurations and narratives” […]
DesignOps when applied correctly and designed intentionally will improve the overall quality of your team’s designs. Great operations focuses on making designing quality the focus of your team. So, it is time to getting your team to great through DesignOps […]
Jaime Levy talks about how user experience (UX) strategy lies at the intersection of UX design and business strategy. It is a process that should be started first before the design or development of a product begins. It relies on empirical, lightweight tactics for pushing cross-functional teams toward a unique digital solution that customers want […]
And while many German brands have become household names (think Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz), few people realize how many commonly used items came to be thanks to German inventors […]
Within Europe, Scandinavia and Italy are most often credited for innovative design. But a number of design classics have been created in Germany, among them the Wassily club chair and the Wagenfeld lamp […]
Lukas Stege views the new Bauhaus museum’s building site and traces its legacy in the city, and other tips for Bauhaus Fans on what to see in Weimar […]
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