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How to run a UX design workshop

I’ve recently had the possibility to run a set of UX design workshops. In this article I’ll share my experiences and how you can avoid some of the design workshop mistakes I have done in the past.

What is a UX design workshop and why do you need one?

A UX design workshop is a good way to kickoff a design project. Since design work is never done in…

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Andreas Johansson

Andreas Johansson

I am a UX designer & software developer based in Sweden. Contact me here: https://andreasjohanssonux.se/

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