Last week I read a great little blog post by Denmark-based UX designer, Lars Damgaard, entitled “How to avoid UX design trends and why you should“. In it he says (emphasis his): “… we need to wisely reflect on how we use [design] or how we are inspired by [design] instead of just blindly reproducing [others’ designs], […]
In many ways 2014, like 2013, was a year of transition for me. I shut down my startup, moved to a new city, started a new job, and most of all, got married. But I think I mostly saw 2014 as a year of learning. I learned how to manage my finances more; I learned […]
There are not many examples which show the power of prototyping that are as dramatic as that of the Wright brothers’. On December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright made history when they flew the first ever powered and controllable airplane. Their journey to this pioneering moment was a long, arduous, and testing one. And […]
My mother has always been a beacon of comfort, reason and ethics for me. And while it may seem too reductionist on my part, I figured the advent of Mother’s Day would be a great time to share three lessons I’ve learned from her that I strive to adapt to my own professional life.