the latest arrangement of cameron’s office. always subject to change.

Nine patterns among great UX teams

1. Net effect matters most.

2. Hiring matters second-most.

3. Culture & team fit are imperative to the work.

4. Great teams do what works best for them, not others.

5. Prototyping happens early, often, and habitually.

  1. It depends.
  2. It depends.
  3. It depends.

6. Quality & shipping are in a constant tussle for top priority.

7. Pausing from the work improves the work.

8. Collaboration & isolation are valued equally.

9. Every six weeks, two hours are spent watching users interact with the product.

My team is still working on all of these.

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Former Head of Design @ Facebook Events. Passion for mental performance. Father of 5.

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Cameron Moll

Cameron Moll

Former Head of Design @ Facebook Events. Passion for mental performance. Father of 5.

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