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What to Do When Your Client Doesn’t Know What They Want

Three ideas that can help you uncover what your client really wants and the right problem to solve

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YYou know what the real problem is, according to science, with a lot of problem-solving we do in society today? It’s not necessarily in the methods we use, or in the people we involve (or exclude). Too often…

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Lina Bodestad

Lina Bodestad

UX psychologist. Writer. Avid drinker of oat milk lattes. lina.bodestad@layer10.se

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