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Design Principles: a guide to less shitty feedback – Apegroup — Behind the Screens – Medium

It’s funny, I have seen so many UX Designers not take criticism well. They often default to place all the blame on the client/product owner.

Design Principles are a set of statements that communicate what we want from a project or product. It’s a way for everyone to agree on a couple of core principles that the work should be measured by. By determining these ideas early on, you create a framework that will help you take design decisions and give constructive feedback.

Source: Design Principles: a guide to less shitty feedback – Apegroup — Behind the Screens – Medium

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Canada studies Britain’s ‘nudge unit’ for ways to give the public a push – The Globe and Mail

Ottawa examines the field of behavioural economics to encourage good deeds and save government money.

It’s known as the “nudge unit,” because its mission is to “nudge” citizens into acting the way the government wishes they would.

Source: Canada studies Britain’s ‘nudge unit’ for ways to give the public a push – The Globe and Mail