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4 Roadblocks UX Designers Will Encounter

How to survive as a designer in a non-design-driven company

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UUser experience design already has countless definitions, but for the sake of this article, why not add mine to the pile: It’s a multidisciplinary process by which an experience is crafted for a specific user or group. The component of that process that is (understandably) most recognized is…




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Sam Stuckless

Sam Stuckless

Sam Stuckless is a user experience designer based in Kitchener, Ontario.

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