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I recently read an interesting blog post that resonated with me. It mentioned how “the most important product design work is usually the ugliest”. I completely agree with that statement.
I think we (designers) should start sharing more “real” work. The type of work that is truly valuable, the real "nuts and bolts" of how we think, design and connect the dots when designing products! That for me, is where the real value and real inspiration is.
I use the Job-to-be-done method when designing products. I first heard about this technique through colleagues. I then learned a lot more from Intercom’s blog and through Clayton Christensen.
Hopefully you can learn something from this post.
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