Spoiler alert, the short answer is yes, I think most UX designers need a portfolio to get recognition from potential employers or gigs. However this is an aging technique and hard it is becoming harder to stand out in all the noise.Read More
Facilitating Design Sprints is tough work. It is a delicate balancing act between keeping the design sprint team's rhythm. to capturing everything in one place, and making sense of everything at the end of the day.Read More
This is a very commonly asked question on the interwebs as well as by anyone I have ever spoken to about design sprints. What happens after a design sprint is determined by how the validation or invalidation of the prototype went, and what user feedback you got out of the test.Read More
I recently did a podcast on "How to be a Product Designer in South Africa". This has been something I have been meaning to talk about on the podcast and the blog. With all the UX/UI job descriptions I see every day and how they are just glorified graphic design jobs, the question is how do you make out the difference in UX/UI and Product design roles.Read More
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