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14 Uncomfortable Habits That Will Make You a Better UX Designer
Guy Ligertwood
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I fully agree and endorse this tip & trick shared by you.

Since FY 2005, I am getting involved with all those customers where I am part of that project which I have not heard, touched and handled in past.

So far and in last 12 years, I was part of 31 new projects for Indian manufacturing companies and I got no background of manufacturing and mechanical engineering.

However, I enjoyed each project and my learning is increasing project after project and customer after customer.

The best part of the entire journey is this. Project after project. Customer after customer. We (myself and our team) offered an inspirational experience to each customer for each project by doing experiments on each project.

FYI