Every designer needs to set their own design principles and in this article I explain why. I also share my own principles that I have been using throughout my career.Read More
We, designers, always strive to create products and experiences that meet the needs of intended audience. But what if we can do better than that? What if we designed products and experiences that are not only user centric, but serve a higher purpose?Read More
I don’t think there was a day in 2017 when I didn’t use social media. Wordpress, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest were my daily, if not hourly, distractions. Those who know me well can understand why – I had a side project, a fitness and a healthy lifestyle blog, and if you call yourself a blogger, you inevitably spend time on social media.
How much time you ask? Well, I can say, a hell of a lot.Read More
The list I’m going to share with you today is top five emails that are actually worth subscribing to. I’ve been reading these newsletters for quite some time and I find the content useful, well written and intriguing.Read More
Exactly one month ago I've resigned from my full-time Lead UX Designer job at JustGiving determined to experience the freelancer world. Looking back, I can say that I had a great year at JustGiving and I'd like to highlight the key lessons I've learnt in this article.Read More
When I joined JustGiving in March 2017, I had a great opportunity to nail down the core principles of how design team approach every in-house project. Not only nail down, but advocate it throughout the company and use it to influence business decisions.
It all started when my team was asked to present at company’s monthly shindig (an informal presentation to the whole wide business) on what we are about and how we work.Read More