Category Archives: education

Stakeholders are People Too

Posted by Tom Greever |20 Oct 15 |

Designers practice and perfect developing empathy for users. In order to communicate their designs, they need to have empathy for stakeholders, too. This week, author Tom Greever provides advice on how to get through to the stakeholders.

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The Value of Modern-Day Mentorship

Posted by Ximena Vengoechea |08 Sep 15 |

In school we looked to teachers for advice and mentorship. But out in the “real world,” designers need to find alternative ways to continue to learn. This week, author Ximena Vengoechea explains how to get value out of modern-day mentorships.

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The Value of Modern-Day Mentorship

Posted by Ximena Vengoechea |08 Sep 15 |

In school we looked to teachers for advice and mentorship. But out in the “real world,” designers need to find alternative ways to continue to learn. This week, author Ximena Vengoechea explains how to get value out of modern-day mentorships.

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5 Reasons Why Working in Enterprise UX Doesn’t Suck

Posted by Greg Damm |30 Jun 15 |

Enterprise systems were largely left behind as the tech world shifted its focus to user experience. Author and upcoming Madison+ UX speaker Greg Damm explains that it’s time for that to change.

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5 Reasons Why Working in Enterprise UX Doesn’t Suck

Posted by Greg Damm |30 Jun 15 |

Enterprise systems were largely left behind as the tech world shifted its focus to user experience. Author and upcoming Madison+ UX speaker Greg Damm explains that it’s time for that to change.

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Great Designers are Great Communicators

Posted by Tom Greever |25 Jun 15 |

Would you be surprised to learn that great design has as much to do with how you speak as what you say? Tom Greever, a speaker at upcoming Madison + UX, explains why.

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