These principles—and how we apply them—define our approach to design. They hold our work to a standard, inform the tactics we use, and they establish the role our designs play in the community.
The following is a list of attributes I believe most high-quality software has in common. I believe we should build software to this spec and use our default practices to achieve it.
This story is from Liz Johnson about her journey of becoming a mom and facing a reality in which there are seemingly only two options.
To advance the craft of software and build the future we want to live in, I believe we ought to start with 8 criteria and practices.
For Black History Month, we opted to head over to Harlem virtually to listen to the smooth blue notes that have defined the Black Gold Jazz standard at Bill’s Place.
During quarantine we have recognized how instrumental a company book club has been for not only our professional development, but our personal growth as well.
The most valuable thing you can do as a PM is to get really good at asking questions that help you better understand your user's "why."
What trends are our fellow Artisans expecting to see in 2021?
I recently read Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard, the founder and owner of Patagonia.
And how to convince someone to implement them.
Shipra Kayan shares her experience and insights from having facilitated over 100 remote workshops and having built and managed distributed UX teams
We discuss the most critical parts of a great portfolio by underscoring the need to show meaningful process work, examples of your collaboration, and how vital holistic thinking is.
We find that the best way to get your team onboard with interviews is all about including them in the process and showing them value fast.
An estimate is a representation of the team’s understanding of the complexity of the work required to accomplish a desired feature. Here's how to calculate for your project.