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Author: Dillon Winspear

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Designed Today brings you insights to help bridge the world of Design & Business. I’ve centered my career on being the bridge between the “design eye” and the “business mind”. Learn how you can improve your design, branding, marketing, and advertising skills all in one place. In this show, we’ll explore the startup world, flexing the entrepreneurial muscles, from a User Experience perspective.
64 Episodes
Imposter Syndrome. It sucks. And you're not alone in feeling it.
Danno stopped by to talk collaboration.
I won't be the first or last to add my thoughts here, but what I do offer is the pro's and con's of this situation and some tips to figuring out where you need to be personally, depending on what you're trying to achieve.
Over the years she and I have both connected with TONS of students who graduate from UX Bootcamps and find themselves stuff not knowing what to do next... Well, listen close cause Sarah has some thoughts for you.
With any new tool, focus on understanding how to use it and the value it delivers. From there you'll know when its appropriate to pull out which tool for the job.
There is a lot of options for someone wanting to get an education for a career in User Experience.
Over the last couple of months, I've given this analogy to dozens of UX students trying to understand where they fit into the larger spectrum of building a project at a business.
Joining me all the way from Italy is Debbie Levitt, a UX speaker, trainer, and author. Her newest book titled Delta CX will shake what you think you know about UX and our place within a business.
Over the last week, I've collected a handful of questions sent in from listeners like yourself who just want to hear my take on any given topic. Today on the show we explore some of those questions in hopes to really get to the heart of what you still desire to learn more about.
Alli shares her 3 core concepts to getting started in data viz.
I've got some tips to get the right feedback after your interviews so you can really know where you can improve.
My guest on this episode is Grady Kelly, a local fan favorite as he’s very involved...
Before you walk into your next meeting, you're going to want to remember these 8 points.
Creating a product following a UX process isn't like a recipe in a recipe book, it's more like a playbook. It's important to know and understand when it's appropriate to call a certain play.
In this episode, I've got 7 Do's and Don'ts of UX interviewing, plus a bonus tip and offer, but you'll need to listen to the end to figure it out.
Now while he'd never call himself a designer, he definitely knows what it takes to hire the best teams. Today Alex talks about what he looks for in building world-famous creative teams.
What I wish you knew before I hired you is more about what's going on inside your head and your personality or character you're bringing to the table.
3 Important skills for interviewing and integrating into a team include understanding your core narrative, having a balanced presence, and demonstrating your confidence.
I love to sit down with recent graduates of a UX program and hear all about their newfound love and passion for design. More often than not though, I then hear that they're still looking for a place to apply those skills and things haven't panned out as they would have liked.
As a UX Designer we spend so much time considering the experience people are having with the things around us, but seldom do we consider the experience people are having with us. Have you designed that experience yet? Have you designed how others are experiencing you?
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