Bad things happen as we stop solving people problems and start solving business problems

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The ongoing battle for design ownership often ignores the real consequences of making design decisions

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Why taking care of workers is good for business

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Why you can’t compare the smartphone to books

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Your measure of success should focus on users, not the business

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Designing for the “happy path” best-case scenario leaves our most vulnerable users on the margins

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The happy path


The chance to make better choices with a nascent technology

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Are we psychologically primed to focus on the wrong parts of our product?

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To survive in a world of change, stop designing for the best-case scenario

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Jesse Weaver

My newsletter: https://designlikeyoumeanit.substack.com/ | Director of Entrepreneurial Design @cmci_studio | Founder @ Design Like You Mean It

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