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DesignOps in Wonderland

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this @designopssummit presentation, we hear about the journey and evolution of DesignOps at ExpressScripts in the context of an Agile transformation, as well as significant growth and…


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Debunking the Myths of Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


Day2 of @designopssummit! To start of the day, we heard from @alanstairs about what it *really* takes to lead great cross-functional teams.


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The Bigger Picture: A Panel Discussion

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this panel presentation, leaders in the field @jcoronado1 @crystalcy @guneetc79 @rachelposman share their thoughts with @louisrosenfeld on @designopssummit conference themes.


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Distributed Design Operations Management

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this @designopssummit presentation, we get some practical guidance from @jilannawilson about the role that leaders can play in making remote teams work.


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Expensive Routers Create Connections

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this @designopssummit presentation, @indrapendence shares how she used human-centered approaches to improve collaboration within and across teams, while still taking care of herself.


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Group Activity: A Deep Dive Into Value and Outcomes

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this interactive @designopssummit session, @bettay and Kamdyne Moore share an initial measurement framework for DesignOps, and solicited audience feedback.


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Measuring the Designer Experience

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this @designopssummit presentation, Kim Fellman Cohen shares how @pinterest used Design Thinking to pilot and measure improvements to employee satisfaction of their designers.


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Real Talk: Proving Value through a Scrappy Playbook

Natalie Hanson , October 24th, 2019


In this @designopssummit presentation, Dianne Que shares her experiences in creating a ‘scrappy’ playbook, measuring impact, and how to weather change in a dynamic organization.


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Measuring What Matters

Natalie Hanson , October 23rd, 2019


In this @designsopsummit talk, Kristin Wisnewski shares how IBM’s Office of the CIO makes measurement of impact central to their work.


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Opening Keynote: Process and Ambiguity

Natalie Hanson , October 23rd, 2019


The @designopsummit kicked off this morning with keynoter @amythibodeau, who shared how she uses frameworks from economics to prioritize where her UX Ops team focuses their efforts.


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Atmospheric Commons

Adam Fish , October 12th, 2019


ATMOSPHERIC COMMONS This text was jointly composed by the AIR group: Hanna Husberg, Agata Marzecova, Liu Xin, Taru Elfving, Nerea Calvillo, Adam Fish & Nicolas Maigret as part…


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The value of anthropology in Design Thinking

Verónica Reyero , October 9th, 2019


It seems like everybody is talking about Design Thinking these days. In case you havent, design thinking is a methodology that has become very popular in contexts of…


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Kurze Abhandlung über eine Wand im Lombardischen

genova68 , October 6th, 2019


Eine Wand, die es in sich hat: Unterschiedliche Wandstärken, zum Teil in Sichtbeton, zum Teil in einer anderen Betonart ausgeführt, deren Name ich nicht kenne. Dazu kommen, sozusagen…


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Vom Wirsing in der Frankfurter Küche

genova68 , July 6th, 2019


Der altmodische Wirsing und die moderne Frankfurter Küche in einer Karrikatur von Martha Bertina aus dem Jahr 1930. Titel: „Modernes Gemüse“ Das naturbelassene Gemüse ist zu unkontrollier…


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Alltagsbalkondesign

genova68 , June 28th, 2019


Welch einfache Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten es doch gibt: Der zweckmoderne Balkon bekommt eine Gitterstruktur, die ein wenig an Sprossenfenster und somit an einen anderen Stil erinnert und die rote Farbe…


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Listening to/with Technology: Meditation Apps as the New Voice of Mental Health

Rebecca Jablonsky , June 4th, 2019


Shortly after giving birth to her son, Jessica[1] began to experience a health problem that she describes simply as “pain everywhere.” About one month after we initially met…


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Lilly Irani on her book, Chasing Innovation

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https://press.princeton.edu/titles/13362.html Lilly Irani, in conversation with Christopher Kelty (Note: Interview was transcribed, unlike many other interviews on this site which are conducted by e…


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Sharing & Communicating User Research

Natalie Hanson , April 6th, 2019


This blog post is a transcript of a podcast / interview I did earlier this year with Zack Naylor, the CEO of Aurelius. Among other things, we discussed…


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The Nature of the Copy

Richard Fadok , April 2nd, 2019


From the dead center of an all-white eye, a lone sapling rose two feet tall. Cyclical ridges and valleys, etched in bioplastic by an unseen watchmaker, encircled the…


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Voided Spaces: Architectural indices of ravines in Guatemala City

melanie ford , February 19th, 2019


Photo by Jorge Villatoro: Ravine in Zone 3, Guatemala City Deep, canyon-like ravines fracture forty-two percent of Guatemala City. Covered in thick, wet, and dense foliage, these ravines…


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Writing disability

Rebekah Cupitt , January 31st, 2019


Writing inequalities Writing disability through rewriting representations of inequality and vulnerability. Image: R. Cupitt 2018 When writing inequalities, the language we use and our writings betray …


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A chat with the Advancing Research community

Natalie Hanson , December 7th, 2018


An abbreviated reprise of my UX Camp Chicago keynote, where I field questions from Lou Rosenfeld’s Advancing Research community about tackling interdisciplinary collaboration in a practical, empatheti…


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One woman, three disciplines: Semiotics, design & anthropology.

Verónica Reyero , December 4th, 2018


With this entry, we are closing the series of interviews on Design Anthropology that we have published this year 2018 on the occasion of Why the world needs…


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An Uneasy Truce

Natalie Hanson , November 19th, 2018


Over the past few decades, much has been written about the ways in which project teams bring technologies to market. In this context, social scientists typically partner with…


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