At our career events, attendees often ask us what a day in the life of a designer looks like. In this blog post, 3 interaction designers in different career stages are telling.
Jeremy Yun – Senior interaction designer, GDS
Read about the new remote crit format for the public sector, why it’s useful and how to participate.
There is a new community of practice for anyone working on services that collect, analyse, visualise and publish data and applying a user-centred lens to them. This blog post introduces the community and describes its purpose, code of conduct, and the areas it will focus on.
The User-Centred Design Community runs design crit days to let designers share their work and receive feedback on early prototypes. Find out what happens on the day and how it helps, from previous attendees.
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