Thus, as you look at your future, the question should not be, “How can I become a billionaire?” You should ask, “Where can I get Enough?”
Fantastic, FANTASTIC, advice.
Finally, put a cherry on top with surprising and delightful details that let the soul really shine all the way through.
A like the simplicity of the process (while understanding the amount of work that goes into each stage). I like the final point.
My first reaction was surprise. Then defensiveness. Maybe a bit of anger. I thought things like, “Well, Steve Jobs had issues, but Apple turned out just fine. It’ll be ok, Greg. Grab a beer.”
Great read and lots of insights for managers and would-be managers.
The point of an infographic is to use visual cues to convey information more clearly and readily than would be possible using text alone. This is a great infographic. So is this. Great infographics can be absurdly simple or dizzyingly complex, so long as they
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Good tips on using/creating embedded fonts for web icons.
Building for UX edge cases is a great way to mess up the experience 100% of the time to address what happens 0.1% of the time.
Good tips on managing a ux team.
This increase in understanding the power of great design has led to more and more design jobs, and more and more companies knowing they need great design to compete. However, these same companies don’t really understand what they need, it’s a new discipline to them, and so go to places like Dribbble to find “good designers”. But Dribbble isn’t representative of what design really is. And therein lies the vicious cycle:
Great article on hiring designers. Also take a look at the related article on the Dribbblisation of Design.