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The 7 Attributes of A Winning Product Manager

When hiring a Product Manager, take a page from the New England Patriots’ playbook, and look for these Product Manager leadership qualities. The post The 7 Attributes of A Winning Product Manager appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

When hiring a Product Manager, take a page from the New England Patriots’ playbook, and look for these Product Manager leadership qualities.

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The Wrong and Right Way to Build an MVP

Find out how to avoid the common product management pitfalls of building a minimum viable product (MVP) and build something that’s not just viable, but actually valuable. The post The Wrong and Right Way to Build an MVP appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

Find out how to avoid the common product management pitfalls of building a minimum viable product (MVP) and build something that’s not just viable, but actually valuable.

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A Look at the Most Iconic Buildings in the World

Throughout human history there have been ‘buildings’ that have literally captivated an entire culture and when going back to study the peoples from that region, nothing speaks more clearly of who they were than the architecture of their time and place. When studying for a master of arts in history online from another iconic institution, [...]

Throughout human history there have been ‘buildings’ that have literally captivated an entire culture and when going back to study the peoples from that region, nothing speaks more clearly of who they were than the architecture of their time and place. When studying for a master of arts in history online from another iconic institution, Rutgers University, one of the focus topics will always be a look at cultures through architecture of various periods within their civilization. Here are a few buildings that still draw tens of thousands of visitors to this day, many of which are literally centuries old.

The Louvre – One of France’s Most Cherished Relics

Even with the more recent addition of the glass pyramid, the Louvre continues to be one of the most interesting pieces of architecture to ever grace the world. Built originally in the 21th Century, and oddly as a museum, it is a museum today but there was a time in its history where it took a break from the watchful eye of civilization to become a royal residence. Added to by none other than Napoleon himself and restored by kings such as Louis XVIII and Charles X, it is a national treasure to the French and one they gladly share with the rest of the world.

The Sydney Opera House

What an odd bit of architecture the Sydney Opera House is and probably the center of many a heated discussion among students studying for a master of liberal arts online. Built in a series of joined ‘shells’ this building more resembles, to some, a conglomeration of sailboats, but the designer himself referred to the structure as shells and so, shells it is! Sitting in the harbor, it is accessible by water. Tourists flock here year after year to see its amazing lines and to hear concerts still performed in its famous band shells.

America’s Own Empire State Building

Where in the world is there a more iconic building than the Empire State Building that had held the world’s record as the tallest building in the world until 1972 when the World Trade Center’s North Tower was built. Designed by William F. Lamb, the Empire State Building was fashioned after the Reynolds Building that is still standing in Winston Salem, North Carolina and every year the employees of the Empire State Building celebrate Father’s Day by sending a card to their building’s own father, its role model, the Reynolds Building. That’s an interesting bit of trivia that might earn a player a spot on the TV show Jeopardy!

These are just three of the world’s most iconic buildings but they are enough to speak of the many great designers and architects that have perfectly depicted the culture of their time. Whether studied as part of an art class while in pursuit of a masters of liberal arts online or simply out of interest, they are among the most studied buildings in the entire world.

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UX Rings: A System for Measuring UX Design Success

UX Rings is a system that takes the Design Success Ladder a step further and measures the quality of a product’s user experience in 5 areas: functionality, usability, comfort, delight and meaning. The post UX Rings: A System for Measuring UX Design Success appeared first on Design.org. Design.org

UX Rings is a system that takes the Design Success Ladder a step further and measures the quality of a product’s user experience in 5 areas: functionality, usability, comfort, delight and meaning.

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The UX Design Success Ladder: Achieving Meaningful Product Design

Close your eyes, and think back to the first road trip you took as a kid. Your family packed the car to the brim, grabbed enough snacks to feed an army and set off on your journey. While Dad was… The post The UX Design Success Ladder: Achieving Meaningful Product Design appeared first on Design.org. [...]

Close your eyes, and think back to the first road trip you took as a kid. Your family packed the car to the brim, grabbed enough snacks to feed an army and set off on your journey. While Dad was…

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Whãrf is a design and branding studio. Our work is a combination of common sense, intellect, attention to details and focused design thinking. Our approach — smart, functional and elegant design. You can see more designs in their Dribbble and Instagram. Digital Abstracts

Whãrf is a design and branding studio.

Our work is a combination of common sense, intellect, attention to details and focused design thinking. Our approach — smart, functional and elegant design.

You can see more designs in their Dribbble and Instagram.

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Dealing with UX Disagreements

The big day is here. You’ve spent weeks going through the design process, and it’s time to get all the stakeholders and executives together for the grand reveal of your product design. Everyone sits down in the conference room, you plug your laptop into the projector and the screen comes to life. You recap the [...]

The big day is here. You’ve spent weeks going through the design process, and it’s time to get all the stakeholders and executives together for the grand reveal of your product design. Everyone sits down in the conference room, you plug your laptop into the projector and the screen comes to life. You recap the […]

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The Formula for Usability Testing: Part 2

In Part One of our series on usability testing, we discussed what testing is all about, why it’s important and the best times to do it. Now, let’s explore some of our UX agency’s favorite strategies and best practices for gathering the data needed to make smart, user-centered product decisions. Step 1: Determine User and [...]

In Part One of our series on usability testing, we discussed what testing is all about, why it’s important and the best times to do it. Now, let’s explore some of our UX agency’s favorite strategies and best practices for gathering the data needed to make smart, user-centered product decisions. Step 1: Determine User and […]

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Brand Development Advice for Startups

At the heart of any good business, is good branding. However, most of the branding advice that you’ll often find either on the web or being given in person tends to be geared towards ensuring that your brand remains consistent in your marketing efforts, or improving what has already been established. But, what happens if [...]

At the heart of any good business, is good branding. However, most of the branding advice that you’ll often find either on the web or being given in person tends to be geared towards ensuring that your brand remains consistent in your marketing efforts, or improving what has already been established. But, what happens if you are just starting out, and have not yet established a brand? If your brand has not yet been developed and you are starting a business and brand from scratch, the advice that you need for brand development is often quite different to a lot of what’s available. Here are some of the best tips for business owners who are looking to develop a strong brand from scratch.

Identifying Your Target Market

When developing a brand, the first thing that you must do is ensure that you fully identify your target market. This is in order to ensure that your brand is appealing to the customers who you are targeting. For example, if you’re selling baby clothes, your brand will have to hone in on what it is that parents want and make sure that the branding you use is attractive to parents. On the other hand, if you are selling a product or service that is aimed at the older generation, it’s essential to have a good understanding of the values of the older generation so that they can relate to your brand. A brand management agency can help you tailor your brand to your target audience.

Learn From Your Competition

Whatever industry you are building a brand in, you will almost definitely have to face some competition. But, the good thing about this is that there is a lot to be learned from competitors and the way in which they do things. Carefully evaluate your competition and work out which competitors are doing well, and which are not. By doing this, you will have a good idea of the strategies that you need to use in branding in order to be successful, as well as which strategies are best avoided.

Adding the Human Touch

Today, it’s more important than ever before for brands to have a personality that people can relate to. Defining your brand as a person and humanizing it is essential in order for people to take notice and relate to your brand in a way that makes them want to get involved and buy your products and services. Think about your company as a whole, and then try to imagine it as a person – what kind of person would it be? In your branding efforts, portraying your brand as human rather than simply a written voice or a logo can go a long way and also makes it easier for you to develop your brand further in the future.

Branding is absolutely essential for businesses, products and services in this day and age. When you’re building a brand from scratch, you will need to ensure that it’s relatable, unique, and uses proven successful strategies. Best of luck!

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The Formula for Usability Testing: Part 1

Science is all about formulating a hypothesis, gathering data to test it and validating if it’s true or not. Whether scientists want to develop something new or make an improvement to an existing formula, they would never release it to the public without testing it first. No matter how great the idea is, they know [...]

Science is all about formulating a hypothesis, gathering data to test it and validating if it’s true or not. Whether scientists want to develop something new or make an improvement to an existing formula, they would never release it to the public without testing it first. No matter how great the idea is, they know […]

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