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Leadership Is a Matter of Mindset

Being a good UX designer requires leadership, and how you ‘show up’ is key

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WWhen we talk about UX education, it’s easy to get stuck on the technical or the strategic. But there’s something more. If we, as budding UX designers, hope to succeed in a field that is so dependent on hearing what others have to say — our clients, our users, and our teammates — and…




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Karen McClellan

Karen McClellan

Product Designer, Reader, Writer

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