[ad_1] Most designers have contemplated or at least sensed the allure of going freelance. What better boss is out there than yourself? There is also the promise of sleeping in and days spent wearing pajamas (at least on the bottom) that for some is irresistible. It’s not quite that simple, however. There is a real
[ad_1] Nobody likes to be put into boxes (except cats—cats love boxes), but there is something to be said about how understanding how we fit into different categories can help us to better connect with what fuels our drive and ignites our passions. The Myers Briggs personality test is arguably the most widely used personality
[ad_1] Many designers have made the leap from employee to employer, often taking the side hustle highway along the way. We spoke with two designers who are no longer designing just products, but also a culture, a company and a future for themselves and the people they now employ. Both Josh Zac of Turtle Inc.
[ad_1] You’ve done the real work: sketched out the options, spoken to customers, and gathered data from analytics to solve that knotty UX problem that’s been persistently eating away at your product’s UX like the plague. Many hours have been spent, toiling away on aligning everything to pixel perfect dimensions and a there is a
[ad_1] Design is one of the fundamental human activities we undertake as a species. Many definitions and characterizations of design capture this – for example Herbert Simon talks about design as moving from ‘existing situations to preferred situations.’ The act of designing is a human impulse to deal with the world around us and shape
[ad_1] The path to a successful career is anything but straight and narrow: it’s full of unexpected twists, with opportunities and challenges around every corner and behind every decision. It can be hard to know which steps to take to make sure you’re headed in the right professional direction. At Adobe MAX, some of the