You’ve probably heard a lot of conversations end poorly lately. Me too. Maybe you’ve even participated in these unproductive discussions with friends, family, co-workers… it can be a real challenge, and the social fabric of the world hasn’t exactly been helpful toward connecting with others.
These often-unpleasant interactions usually go like this:
Someone offers a viewpoint to someone else. That person hears it and has a locked-and-loaded reaction escaping their face before the first person can even finish a sentence. Oof.
Sound familiar? It can make learning difficult, let alone solving problems or being productive in work settings. So what…
In the design world, discussions about the “Design Sprint” are everywhere. With just one swift Google search you’ll find countless articles and think pieces about it. This isn’t surprising; the Design Sprint warrants a lot of attention because it is a remarkably effective design process.
Here’s the gist: a dedicated team discusses a problem, hones in on a solution, and then tests it with real users all within a fixed period of time. …
My name is Alex Lefler. Photographer. Designer. This is where I say things I wouldn't say on other platforms.