Let’s face it, Pair-design is not really a common method 😲 (at least not in the product teams where I’ve worked so far). However, in my experience, it can be very beneficial, especially when solving complex problems with tight deadlines. It pays off to involve two brains working simultaneously. The method is definitely not a recipe for everything, but it has its place in the designer’s toolkit.
Shaping the travel industry with virtually interlined carriers brings us a lot of new challenges at Kiwi.com. …
During my 2018 retrospective that I did over Christmas, I realized that so many awesome things happened during the year and I learned many lessons that are worth sharing.
Here’s a mix of highlights from my work and personal life including challenges and lessons learned.
2018 was my first full year here in Brno. We moved to this city back in November 2017 when I joined the Design Kiwi.com team.
I joined Kiwi.com because I needed a change. I needed new challenges to be able to learn and to grow. Looking back, it was a great step forward in my career. …
If you’ve ever worked as UX designer embedded in the agile team, you know that it is very important to stay together and learn together in order to get where you envisioned, better and faster.
In this lesson learned, I’d like to share some tips and tricks on how you can achieve much better results. It is all about how you approach in facilitating the cross-functional collaboration.