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Now that the year has officially come to an end, and we have some breathing room, I wanted to jot down some observations I had while working in UX from 2020.

I like to keep up with what’s happening in the industry by hopping on Twitter, listening to podcasts, and talking to my fellow UX/Product peers.

I also find it helpful to document where things are today, and having a place to look back and see how much things have changed (or haven’t).

1. UX is still in the early stages of adoption and maturity at most organizations.

Companies are realizing that it’s time they invest in User Experience. Big and small want to start…


(originally wrote this back in Feb, didn’t get around to publishing till today 😊)

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World IA Day is a one-day event where people all over the globe get together to celebrate information architecture.

This year’s theme was Designing for Difference:

“As designers, we are responsible for creating worlds of experiences, environments, services, and systems that impact millions of people — with lasting impacts. While we don’t have a Hippocratic Oath, it’s important for us to follow a similar goal to “do good” and “do no harm.” …

Victoria Misch

Principle Experience Designer, passionate about connected experiences, systems, and organizations.

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