Journal

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Making design more inclusive
An illustrated graphic representing inclusive design
Design

Making design more inclusive

By Janelle Lim

Janelle talks into the importance of inclusive design.

The commandments of Agile
Tablet depicting six commandments of agile
Business

The commandments of Agile

By Jonathan McElhatton and Tim Loo

Tim and Jonathan offer six thoughts on Agile - some satirical, some serious.

A life in UX
UX Jobs Skills BIEGE 2x
UX Jobs & Skills

A life in UX

By Charlotte Leedham

Leslie explores her own career trajectory, human-centred philosophy and greatest achievements as a Foolproofer.

The semiotics of colour
A multi-coloured graphic representing the semiotics of colour
Design

The semiotics of colour

By Mario Van Der Meulen

Mario explores the meaning behind colour and the role it plays in orchestrating experiences and communications.

Design your back office
Cogs representing automated back-office systems
UX Strategy

Design your back office

By Jamie Horne

Why Agile projects fail
Failing Agile hero 3
Business

Why Agile projects fail

By Jonathan McElhatton

Jonathan offers some pointers on how to avoid Agile delivery's common pitfalls.

Singapore Design Week: Reflections on designing products across markets
Singapore cityscape
Events

Singapore Design Week: Reflections on designing products across markets

By Mario Van Der Meulen

A reflection on our recent localisation focused event with Carousell, GOJEK and Economic Design Board Singapore as part of #SingaporeDesignWeek.

What are Progressive Web Apps?
An illustrated example of progressive web apps across devices
Technology

What are Progressive Web Apps?

By Joel Pierre-Powell and Nico Turco

Look no further than this explainer to find out why Progressive Web Apps are all the rage.

Existential angst and experience design in Russia  
No exit sign on the Russian underground
Design

Existential angst and experience design in Russia  

By Rob Hall

Rob Hall explores communication and why designing with meaning in mind matters and can determine the experience people have.

How to build rapport with qualitative research interviewees
Two heads representing a participant and a researcher in design research
Design Research

How to build rapport with qualitative research interviewees

By Jasmine Tan

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Bringing a new mortgage proposition to life for Post Office
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Bringing a new mortgage proposition to life for Post Office

Bringing a new mortgage proposition to life for Post Office