Reinforcing effective cross-functional communication Regardless of the size of your organization, effective cross-functional communication is vital to ensuring your departments can work together as a cohesive unit. It can be common, however, for many businesses to experience levels of tension as individual team members subconsciously favor their departmental interests over the bigger-picture needs of the […]
We have Michael Woo and Thomas Wu talking about how it has influenced their lives as designers. We also have a design thinking playbook for you start utilizing and impacting business needs with this framework today.
Sitting at the crossroads of engineering, data science, and creative marketing is a growing trend that the start-up industry has termed “growth hacking.” Although not quite a buzzword – yet, growth hacking is used to describe the rhythms that encourage quick and scalable growth for start-up companies. Sean Ellis coined the term, and it arose […]
In our weekly meetings, the UX team kept talking about wanting to do work that mattered (charity-based, pro-bono, etc.) … something that went a little beyond our day-to-day work. We were also looking for a project the entire team could collaborate on, which we don’t get to do very often. When one of our designers noticed […]
Imagine this: you’re about to embark on a new project, and you find yourself in a room full of people who have been thinking for a long time about the work you’re about begin. Sometimes they say things like: “It’s just THIS. We already have a working version of it—which you can look at—and there […]
Earlier this month I had an opportunity to attend the first stateside conference hosted by Smashing Magazine in New York City. Smashing is my go-to source for inspiration, field-tested research, new techniques and basically the brain trust for what’s happening on the Internet. Attending the conference was my chance to step into the pages of […]