Clients and colleagues can misunderstand the nature of a prototype. It falls to us to explain its role.
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Let's be honest, we often know the objections we will hear from stakeholders before they say them. Yet instead of getting ahead of the issues we hope they don't raise them. That is a recipe for disaster.
Many of the changes you need to make as a digital team are outside of your control. But there is one thing you can do; sort your working environment.
There are differences between working as an in-house or agency PM, but we have one thing in common — relationships.
In-house digital teams face a host of challenges. But creating a service manual is a great start to addressing many of them.
Creative Bloq have publish a chapter I have written for the upcoming freelance finances book by FreeAgent. In the chapter I explain five key measurements of freelance success and what they mean.
2016 is almost upon you. It is time to take control of your business. Time to decide exactly what it is you want and how to get it.
There is a lot of confusion over user experience design with many mistaking it for user interface design. In a post for Shopify I attempt to clarify the differences.
If your organisation does not value digital and its digital team as it should, 2016 offers you an opportunity to change that.
Chris Scott has shared some thoughts on how we can most effectively present data.
If those who control the purse strings of digital continue to think of it as a capital cost they will kill it’s effectiveness.
Or, more precisely, the homepage is not as popular as it once was. But, it’s still quite important, at least for now. Not such a pithy or, er, linkbait-y title though is it.
We cannot do away with meetings. I know that. But I am done with attending badly run meetings and if you have any sense so should you be.
Are you seeing a decline in people engaging with your online content? If so, you are not alone. You are suffering from content saturation.
If you want to secure your future as a developer, become one of the new generation of user experience developers.