Category: User Centred Design

  • It’s ok to not have all the answers

    I have a very analytical, methodical and logical mind. The certainty of factual information to provide answers has to be very high for me or at the very least way I need to be able to weigh up the odds in favour of being right before I do something. The need to analyse data and…

  • Designing with the future in mind

    As designers we can often become entrenched in working on tiny details because they matter. It’s far too easy to get wrapped up in the intricacies and become short-sighted on a longer term view. Short-sightedness can cause design challenges which can be ironed out fairly easily when you’re looking at your long term plan. For…

  • Understanding the why

    When we were learning as children, we always asked important questions. More often than not the main question was, Why? We as adults joke about children getting to that age and how they continue to ask why after the 2nd and 3rd time. Each time a child asks why and receives an answer it generally…