Making change takes time and effort. But the most important to remember is that this needs to be a whole team effort. Everyone needs to be behind it, supporting each other and working towards a common
“Big data: What’s your plan?” sets out the imperative task: to develop a plan that brings together data, analytics, frontline tools, and people to create business value. Only by spending the time to craft a plan can executives establish a common language to focus on goals and on ways of getting started.”
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.
Been saying this from the start: what area of UX are you in?
The best bit of advice from the Pixar storytellers is simple: work backwards […..] we consider what is the endpoint, the change or impact that we want to make on the audience, and then craft the story that can help get us there.