How do you define what’s impactful for your product or business? How do you measure impact? How do the best products we all love and use daily - from Facebook to Airbnb, Google to Amazon - get built by separate teams, totaling thousands of people? And how do these organisations scale efficiently while moving fast, accelerating growth and increasing their impact?
Over the last few years, Bohemian Sketch 3 has become one of the most popular tools for digital product design, used by teams all over the world. In this workshop, you’ll learn all the essentials for designing your own web and mobile interfaces, through a hands-on, task-based approach.
We often learn to develop empathy for the users of our products, but rarely apply the same thinking to the people whose support we need to be successful. We need to develop empathy for our stakeholders, too, if we expect to get the support and buy-in on our projects. Developing stakeholder empathy will enable us to approach them with the right mindset and articulate our design decisions in a way that appeals to their needs.
Our goal with design meetings should be create a focused environment where our stakeholders are more likely to support our decisions. To do this, we have to design our design meetings better by setting the appropriate context, optimizing for memory, removing distractions, anticipating reactions, and bringing in other people who can help.
Responding to design feedback requires you to form your words in a way that will yield the best response by staying focused on the goal of the meeting: to get support and agreement to move forward. To accomplish this, we can break down our response into several core parts. This logic flows together and makes it possible for us to present our reasoning in such a way that it will communicate the very best response.