webflow user experience

Webflow Just Works

This past weekend I built and launched a new website in an afternoon using Webflow. It’s not the best or most original site design I’ve ever done, but the Webflow user experience is decent, the site works great and I can’t believe how quickly it came together. In fact, I put this particular project off for […]

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white space analysis

White Space Analysis In Your Career

In business, “White Space Analysis” refers to exploring future opportunities and untapped markets. For sales professionals, white space is the gap between what products or services a customer has already invested in and the other products or services that a company or business has to offer. Besides identifying new opportunities for existing products and services, […]

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How To Work Better With Developers

How well do you work with developers? Newer designers often discover they have a gap in their tech skills. For whatever reason, they just don’t have a very good understanding of how computers and the internet really work. They may have taken an HTML or CSS class at a bootcamp or in college. But it’s not […]

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How To Be Less Reactive At Work

What if you could be less reactive at work? This may sound familiar. It’s early in the morning. You’ve got your to-do list ready, a fresh cup of coffee in hand, and you’re excited for the day. Then you check your email and your day is totally trashed. Someone else’s problem has suddenly become yours. […]

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Book Review: Solving Product Design Exercises

Solving Product Design Exercises by Artiom Dashinsky In your current UX/UI or Product Design role, you are likely solving problems on a whiteboard with your team. “Solving Product Design Exercises” by Artiom Dashinsky was written to help you improve and practice these critical collaboration skills. This short book is also an excellent primer for anyone […]

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Developing Your Talent Stack

The “Talent Stack” is a concept by Dilbert creator Scott Adams. It states that you can combine ordinary skills until you have enough of the right kind to be extraordinary. While Adams confesses he’s not much of an artist or a business expert, he’s combined those two skills with writing and his quick wit to create a […]

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