Join Drew Bridewell for an in-depth discussion in this video A weekly series about professional UX design, part of Practical UX Weekly.
- Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a user experience professional in today's world, or been curious about the approaches they take day in and day out when it comes to solving problems and collaborating with others? Design is so much more than making something look pretty. It's about changing the way people view and experience the world. That's a pretty significant responsibility. The reason I created this series was to share everything I've learned about user experience design, from working and practicing with the world's most talented professionals, leaders and companies.
Hi, I'm Drew Bridewell. Over the years I've been lucky enough to work at some of the most amazing companies liked LinkedIn and Lynda.com. I've also managed designers, led redesign initiatives, built design systems, brought teams closer together, and have even mastered the mindset of learning new things, wanting more and creating a happy life around it. I've learned and experienced the tendencies that lead to good, bad, and ugly outcomes, and I want to share them with you. Currently I work at Invision on the Design Transformation team.
My primary responsibility is to help elevate the value of design along with the best practices to make every team function smarter, faster, and better. In this series I'll focus on bringing you practical and actionable tips, tricks, and best practices about design systems, kicking off projects, the tools we can use, and the ins and outs of collaborating within a complex business ecosystem. And it won't stop there. I'm excited to share what I've learned throughout my journey, so join me each week as I share practical lessons in the world of user experience design.
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