Olá Sara! Once again, thank you so much for this, it’s super useful! 🙌
On April 12th, there’s another Hack for Good event happening — the Porto Warm-up session! This is an event not to be missed for the ones looking to participate on the hackthon, but who still haven’t a well defined idea to develop. Or to anyone who likes…
“The woman’s husband heard about their meeting and accused him of trying to steal his wife away from him confronting him at his business in front of his employees and customers.”
This sounds to me like a problem that was created by someone’s insecurity (the husband’s), not the fact that your friend had a meeting with a woman…
You’re missing Tomorrow Conference, June 19th — 23rd in Porto, Portugal: http://tomorrowconf.com/ :)
The Tomorrow Conference is a series of workshops for designers who believe they have a role in designing the future. You’ll learn about Machine Learning, AI, VR, among other technologies, always from a designer’s point of view.
Thanks for the great list!
Yes, the book is a great resource, but it seems that every agency has its own version of the process, so you’ll probably create your own as well (that’s your speciality, this is in good hands ;) )
Regarding having (or not having) the team’s full attention during the sprint week, maybe Francisco Baila can share on how they deal with this at Subvisual?
Hi Kevin, thanks for taking the time to read the post! I would say it’s neither of those things. I would say it’s an approach. The approach can be applied to different challenges (eg: problem solving, product development, etc), using different tools, processes and techniques. Does this make sense to you?
Thanks to you and Sera — you for sharing and Sera for encouraging you to do so!
I’ve done my Hyper Island Industry Research Project about the application of HCD on (B2B) tech startups, so this topic is very relevant to me!