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Learn how jamming provides huge benefits to innovation efforts.

Stop Sprinting and Start Jamming
  • Jamming when designing promotes experimentation and teamwork while sprinting can become misguided and unrealistic.
  • The author draws an analogy between the creative process of producing music and design and shows the number of benefits of jamming:
    • Jamming removes false expectations on the team to accomplish tasks within unrealistic deadlines.
    • Jamming promotes collaboration, curiosity, and experimentation.
    • Jamming allows people to have quiet time between jams to reflect and think by themselves; this gives rise to innovative ideas within the team.
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A thought-provoking set of reflections that will help to take a deep dive into the essence of design.

100 Things I Know About Design

Dan Saffer, a leading product designer with extensive experience, shares the hard-learned lessons on design. All there is to know about design condensed to 100 nuggets of wisdom

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8 min read

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
“In character, in manner, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity.” 

Share:What is Simplicity Theory? Why people prefer simple experiences
5 min read

The more ideas and solutions you generate, the better chance you have of seeing your highest-impact ones make it to market.

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3 min read

Microinteractions are the small moments in UX that can be boring and easy to forget, or exciting and engaging.

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6 min read

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