Process

Product Lagom: A Designer’s Relationship with “Just Enough”

As a product designer, being a voracious reader & consumer of podcasts about design comes with the territory. As ‘mental cross-training’ I don’t solely read about building websites and software, I take in info from all areas. Print & traditional design, industrial design, architecture & the design of physical spaces. It was in one of… Read More »Product Lagom: A Designer’s Relationship with “Just Enough”

2 Researchers interviewing customer in office

Six helpful tips to avoid ‘bad data’ when interviewing participants

When interviewing participants in a user research study, researchers have to be mindful of how feedback is treated at all stages of the interview process. There are visible and invisible pitfalls that a researcher can succumb to when gathering input from participants, which can cause ‘bad data,’ as a result. Here are some top tips… Read More »Six helpful tips to avoid ‘bad data’ when interviewing participants

The Power of IDK

One of the strongest tools a designer has in their toolbelt is also one of the hardest things for people to bring themselves to say: “I don’t know”. Why Can’t We Say “I Don’t Know” One of my favorite podcasts is Freakonomics, which frequently looks at the intersection of human psychology and business though an… Read More »The Power of IDK