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6 Ways Psychology Affects Your Design Work

Cognitive biases can easily sneak into your design work, especially if you work on a team

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WeWe designers continuously refine our design process and try different methodologies. We work on a problem, research, analyze findings, develop solutions, take feedback, and iterate. A lot has been discussed on how each of these steps can be…




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