I am excited to be launching my next online four-part workshop. In this course, I will teach you the most critical skills you need in your career; the ability to persuade. Persuade colleagues and clients to take a risk, to step out of their comfort zones and embrace change. To allow you to do your job!
When you run your own business it can be tough to take a break. Especially hard if you work alone. In this post, I share some techniques and tips that help me get quality downtime.
I use readability apps like Hemmingway and Grammarly all the time. But Marcus is not a fan. In this post, he shares his reasoning and I confess it is a compelling case.
As User Experience Designers we use prototyping all the time. But persuading clients and management they are worth the time and money can be frustrating. This post lays out the business benefits of prototyping.
When thinking about a career in UX, focusing on qualifications is not the answer. But a solid grasp of techniques and principles is essential.
One of the biggest challenges we face as digital professionals is convincing others. Whether our boss, clients, or colleagues, it can be tough, especially with design. But it is possible.
We shouldn’t be just creating a great user experience for our customers. We also need to provide it to our staff too. The digital workplace is a huge area ripe for a more user-centric approach as I discuss on the Digital Workplace Podcast.
There has been much debate about whether it is possible to design the experience of users. Can you really be a user experience designer? I believe that depends on how you define the role.
Kyle Racki recently interviewed me for the Proposify Biz podcast. You can listen to the show on their website, or Kyle has produced a great post summarising the key points we covered.