Whitney Hess, user experience designer, explores the principals of good user design through real world examples including: bathrooms, the birth control aisle at the drug store, doorbells, sandwich shops, and bookstores.
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When I Speak My Mind
As a child, Whitney was repeatedly scolded for being too opinionated. She was told to...
What’s Your Problem? Putting Purpose Back into Your Projects
“What do you do?” has become the standard opening line for getting to know...
Party of One: Surviving The Corporate Jungle As A Solo UX Practitioner
Do You Speak Jackal or Giraffe? Resolving Conflict at Work
Whitney Hess demonstrates how to apply nonviolent communication to everyday work...
Being Integral: Developing You
It’s a given that much of our success depends on our ability to foster meaningful...
Building Empathy Is a Step by Step Process
Empathy helps you create human-centered products, nurture strong member...
From Superhero to Zero
Whitney is a well-known user experience coach who works with leaders worldwide to...
Exercising Empathy to Resolve Conflict at Work
85% of employees experience conflict at work. 25% have seen conflict result in...
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