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There are times when we face big problems and hard decisions in our businesses. In fact, starting and running a company is a constant struggle to win new clients, increase awareness, respond to customer needs and successfully launch products to the market. These challenges often raise questions on how it should be done properly. Having tested numerous solutions we’ve adopted  Product Design Sprint, a tool initially developed within Google, which will give you answers to these strategic questions. Our clients confirm its effectiveness and enumerate its many benefits. We picked five universal advantages of PDS to give you an idea how your business can profit from adopting this framework.
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You might have already encountered to this term, but you're probably here to find out what Product Design Sprint really means. This article will help you understand the powerful impact PDS could have on your business and why it’s good to start PDS workshops with us even today.
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A UX review is a service with a potential to dramatically increase the business value of your product. Take a look at a list of issues that can have a detrimental impact on your product. You could actually spot and solve those issues during a UX review. Find out how the service could help you overcome your problems.
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Product Design Sprint helped many of our clients make their products successful and reduce the risk associated with bringing a new product, service or feature to the market. They confirmed PDS has the power to streamline processes and increase efficiency. We didn't want to go barefoot like the proverbial shoemaker's child, so we decided to run PDS internally.
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A trip to IKEA is like going through all the future homes you want to have (but probably won’t, because let’s be honest - no one can keep their space that tidy and artfully arranged). It’s scenography, all the more convincing for its theatricality. You go through these tiny rooms that represent people’s lives and it’s easy to imagine yourself living there, smiling, enjoying time spent with your close ones. Why is this only true for the offline experience?
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Dribbble Meetups are self-organized events where designers get a chance for to socialize, talk shop, and foster their local design communities. The events range from the casual, five-person, coffee-shop roundtable to the chef-catered, bar-tended, 200-person extravaganza. Thousands of designers worldwide attend Dribbble Meetups each year, so we decided to host our own.
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Inbbbox for Android is the latest incarnation of the app offering a personalised and uncluttered experience in Dribbble - “a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design”. You can download it right now and dive into the buzzing community - or check out the iOS version.
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I want to help you not to fail. I respect you might have your vision and you are confident it is good. Your product or development team respects that as well. There is a chance you are a genius in the making, and your business idea will change the world. Or you’re not and you just don’t know it. This is why I’m being honest and why I want to tell you not to rely on your gut and vision all the time. You don’t have to learn from your own mistakes and this is how to avoid some of the most popular ones.
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Just like last year, we asked our designers to share their vision of the upcoming UX trends for 2017, and they have some interesting insights. Every response, besides other things, mentioned two trends: new ways of interacting with users – either through AR, VR or voice UI, and improvements to more standard technologies, such as better UI animations or microinteractions. We are looking forward to seeing these predictions come true.
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After studying how successful people and other designers spend their time and after looking at their schedules hour by hour, I established that it might not be enough to create a bulletproof plan for achieving my deeply desired goals. Things like routines, habits, deep work and self-discipline appeared at least just as important as planning for the process of achieving goals.
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