In an interview for the “Agencies Drinking Beer” podcast I talk about how building your brand is about grasping opportunity as much as talent.
Writing proposals are a necessary evil of selling digital services. But even when we win projects, our proposals often fail us. Fortunately there is a better way.
Our mission as user experience champions is to save people from death by a thousand cuts. Small, but significant irritants that add up to be something more serious.
I am coming to the conclusion that we are all living in a collective delusion. We call ourselves user experience experts or user interface designers. Yet the amount of time we spend with users is often low. In a post for Userzoom I suggest some ways we can get more feedback from the people we are trying to help.
The about us page is where irrelevant content goes to die. Often it shouldn’t exist at all. But when it does, let’s at least make it useful.
As user experience designers, we are hypocrites. We lecture our clients about the need to consider the experience of their users, yet we fail to apply the same standards to our own business.
As digital becomes business critical many organisations are attempting to build in-house digital teams. But this is not without its challenges. One option would be to outsource digital.
Are you disappointed with your newsletter signup? There is a lot you can do without resorting to popup overlays.
- Season 14
- Running Time:
- 58 Minutes
On this final episode of the season, we are joined by Mike Kus to discuss pivoting your career and grasping new opportunities as they arise.
A minimum viable product is a great way of building user centric digital services in a fraction of the time. It will also lead to big cost savings.