ty to ou…ave the skills, make a spurious correlation slide that will have everyone nodding their heads. E.g. “The bounce rate of our landing page correlates with the downloads of Pokemon Go, therefore, we should add Augmented Reality to our page”.
…ed to copy all those flashy, unpractical effects you saw on Dribbble and apply them to your design. Who cares if research shows that sole icons are inefficient and hard to memorize or that stock photos rarely add value? Stakeholders will be so wowed by all the bouncy animations, Apple-like white space, and left-aligned Swiss types that no one will question if it even works.
r heads, afraid to ask what that even means. The more buzzwords you use, the less you have to explain your actua…” or other jargon that will keep people scratching their heads, afraid to ask what that even means. The more buzzwords you use, the less you have to explain your actual design thinking.