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Everybody wants to be a thought leader in their industry. But so few actually put their thoughts down. Here are ours.
They’re a collection of views that will give you an insight on the way we think, the way we work and the way we approach business.

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The Biggest Misconceptions about Design Thinking

The Biggest Misconceptions about Design Thinking

Design thinking has been around for a long time and many leading brands have used this methodology in their businesses ...
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Let it go...

Let it go…

My son came home from school the other day and told me that fail means "First Attempt in Learning". I'm ...
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4 Mistakes I Made as a UX Researcher and How to Avoid Them

4 Mistakes I Made as a UX Researcher and How to Avoid Them

Conducting research, whether it is user, customer or employee research, can be a challenging and complex process, especially for new ...
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Qual vs Quant Research - What's the deal?

Qual vs Quant Research – What’s the deal?

Qualitative research and quantitative research are two different research methods that have distinct advantages and disadvantages. Let's break them down ...
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Remote Research Recommendations (all the Rs)

Remote Research Recommendations (all the Rs)

One of the positives from the past few ‘interesting’ years has been our fast-track toward remote work and remote engagements ...
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The Power of Research - Stay Curious

The Power of Research – Stay Curious

No matter where we are in life, whether it is our professional or personal journey, we are constantly presented with ...
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Ok, Boomer.

Ok, Boomer.

I recently read an article that was discussing ways of communicating that show our age or, more specifically, our generation ...
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The art of the online interview

The art of the online interview

During the pandemic, most research moved to be online and remote. Post-pandemic, companies have realised that this actually works well ...
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Nature's design

Nature’s design

Survival in nature often means collaborating with other members of the same species, or even other species. It's survival of ...
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"How does that make you feel?"

“How does that make you feel?”

If you’ve ever watched a movie where a character visits a psychologist, this is usually a common line: “How does ...
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A streetcar named Desire

A streetcar named Desire

Marshall amps are arguably the biggest name in sound amplification, used by some of the greatest musicians that have ever ...
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Overcoming the sceptics

Overcoming the sceptics

Senior executives are often risk averse, I thought I would share some of my tips to convert sceptics. Ideation on ...
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MVP vs MLP (Minimum Lovable Product)

MVP vs MLP (Minimum Lovable Product)

I have recently spent time with multiple startups looking for funding. They have some really cool ideas and they are ...
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How will AI affect UX?

How will AI affect UX?

Ladies and Gentlebots, gather around for a short journey into the future of AI and how it's going to change ...
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Putting the "You" in User

Putting the “You” in User

Whenever I need to change a bike tyre or complete some task that I only perform once every couple of ...
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Where's my burrito? (And other user research questions...)

Where’s my burrito? (And other user research questions…)

I’ve been reading Mark Manson’s book about hope “Everything is f*cked”. In it, he talks about using people or things ...
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Design Thinking… Designed for People by People

Design Thinking… Designed for People by People

Our quality of life depends on how we experience it and I recently tapped into the value of how design ...
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Who wrote this?

Who wrote this?

We recently had a discussion internally about the differences between user experience design and graphic design, so I decided to ...
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Lights... camera... action!

Lights… camera… action!

I recently engaged with a bank to apply for a credit card. The online experience was great... applied, completed the ...
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Jingle all the way...

Jingle all the way…

As we’re entering the Yuletide season,  it makes me reflect on how Christmas shopping has evolved.  Gone are the days ...