Join Drew Bridewell for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing your design perspective within the team and beyond, part of Practical UX Weekly.
- Designers have to share their work regularly…with their team and project stakeholders.…Do you sometimes find it difficult to present?…Do you have a method for talking about your designs?…This week I'd like to go over some best practices…I've learned with sharing your work.…We'll go through getting the most…out of every sharing session,…setting yourself off for success…and the benefits of sharing…even when you might not think you're ready…and creating your routine to share…your work early and often.…By the end of this movie,…I hope you had your feeling prepared and ready…for your next day sharing.…
Sharing can be very intimidating.…Designers often feeling nervous, intimidated or scared…that they might be doing something wrong.…It's important to get feedback every day…so you're not designing in a bias bubble.…The beauty of being a user experienced designer…is you're not expecting it to deliver…a polished final design for a product…in one working session.…It's not practical.…What is practical is that you brain your design thinking…
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Skill Level Intermediate
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