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Surprised so many people writing negative comments, the outcome is not important. As a former design recruiter, this is invaluable if Kim is going to look for a new job in the future. So many UX and Product designers rely on their work experience and say “I’m so passionate about UX” yet when you ask for any side projects or examples outside of their…
Great post. There’s a few companies that make the ‘dream job’ list for designers and product people, LEGO is definitely one of those companies.
When you were told to build it instead of sketch it, do lego not believe in paper prototypes or sketching screens out then if it is a digital based product at all? Interesting.
Yeah, this is the only part of the book and movement I feel is slightly off for me. I like the concept, but I think you should be learning the experiments (landing pages, videos, etc) as a way to guide your first crack at solving a problem which should be seen as your first MVP. It gives clarity to the team that you’re working towards a release and how to get there.