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  1. 5 Things Football can Teach Us About Building Products

    Football draws the eye of the world and this last week’s European Championship in France was no different. The eliminations of Belgium and Germany surprised many…

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  2. Trusting Your Gut

    If you Google “Freelance Skills” you get more than 30 million results filled with everything from actual skill development to business management. Many of these links…

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  3. What are Bots and Why are They Important?

    Imagine this: You’re booking a hotel room online for a trip with your family. You go through the usual steps: logging in (with Facebook credentials), picking…

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  4. Change is Quick, Results Take Time

    A few weeks back, I took a break and watched Freakonomics, a documentary based on the book with the same name. Even if you’ve already read…

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  5. Making Promises Your Clients Will Feel

    This weekend I was excited to see my site was highlighted as an example of a portfolio site that clearly speaks of the benefits of a…

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  6. Designing with Emotions in Mind

    Let’s take a minute and do a quick experiment. Are you sitting down? I want you to think of a conversation that you recently had –…

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  7. UX Design as a Problem Solver

    Like many of you, I have a place where I write down my ideas when they come to me. It’s called “Blog post & Ideas” and…

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  8. The Life of a Freelancer Shouldn’t be a Lonely One

    Seven years ago, I took a risk. I quit my job as a Creative Director and ventured out on my own. It’s one of the scariest…

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  9. The Secret Feature that Everyone Knows About

    When someone talks about great features, what do you think of? If you are anything like me, you instantly think of functions. To me, a function…

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  10. No One Really Knows What They Want Anyway

    For the past two and a half years, I’ve been working on a project that I haven’t spent a lot of time talking about. I haven’t…

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