Are you good with people? Do you know how to get them to do stuff? Are you using tips and techniques you picked up from others or experimented with? If so, I bet that sometimes your strategies work and other times they don’t.Dr. Susan Weinschenk has over 30 years of experience as a behavioral psy ...
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Surviving Design Projects

Dan Brown believes that design work is fraught with conflict. Some is good, moving the project forward, and some is bad, stalling progress. Either way, most designers find themselves ill-equipped to deal with the variety of conflicts that arise. They lack the skills necessary to ensure their conflic ...
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Eric Reiss, CEO of the FatDUX Group, is an expert at communicating with executives about how design can improve return on investment (ROI) . It’s no surprise that Eric's exposure to a variety of industries has helped him build a deep understanding of the tangible value of design. In this interview ...
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Want a more solid understanding of social interaction design to build great foundations and work through various social design needs as they arise? This podcast provides insight into social lenses to help see and understand the foundations of social media to design people their needs and for how hu ...
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Creating Impact Without Permission

Those bastards! Why can’t they see that a great user experience IS good business? How frustrating is it to be able to see project and product quality sidelined because you can’t translate the value into an algorithm that can predict success in decimal points?What if I told you those bastards a ...
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Collaborative Design of Smart Things

Everything around us—our cars, our shoes, and all the sensors we don’t see- are churning out a sea of data. A world of new services is coming to be around this “Internet of Things” and its data exhaust all around us… so what’s a designer to do? How might strategists, architects, designer ...
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