Don't you hate it when someone not from Texas says y'all? Anyway, this is the part of the site where I outsource my content prioritisation and get you to help decide what I write about next on here. This is mostly because I'm lazy and indecisive (at least according to my ex-wife. Ooooh an ex-wife joke. Edgy).
I've threatened it for too long...
A continuation of my ridiculously short Medium post from years ago. I'm interested in diving deeper into this, particularly the effect on architecture, what moves folks are taking to put local culture back into design, and how this all relates to products and digital design. Should digital design reflect the culture it emerges from or should there be a new cultural space for digital design that is completely divorced (and completely global)?
Another 'scratch my own itch' post because of the amount of times I've had to explain what a Product Designer is, either because somebody is genuinely interested, or more commonly, to defend against decisions to push designers out of the product process.
I've spoken to too many companies that seem to have no idea what a Head of Design actually does. I want to outline what a good Head of Design should look like, the warning signs to look out for that someone is a chancer and a quick primer for how to convince your business that you need a Head of Design (again, all too common)