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…or how to avoid scope creep and manage your wireframe work Ever fell in the wireframe scope creep trap? You are starting your work on the wireframes – and during the review cycles your client comes up with more and more requirements or new ideas for features. And some of it is part of the natural process – and we even want this to happen: prototyping should allow us to...
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Part of every business life: meetings! Meetings can be fun and productive, meetings can also be frustrating and annoying. They can feel like a waste of time – or they can feel like great teamwork and a successful step towards your project goal. What makes the difference? As a freelancer I step into this trap over and over again – because every project means working with a new team for me,...
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Yay, my first blogpost for toptal is online: Read more about the value of user research on the toptal blog.
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I just finished a 6 weeks training for social entrepreneurship in India, organized by the amazing crew of SocialStarters. I applied for this training to get my freelancer career to the next level: I wanted to learn more about the business mindset and gain new ideas for how to focus on projects with a social-beneficial impact. I didn’t really know what to expect from this program – and I got so...
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journey map
I was lucky enough to participate in one of Sara Wachter-Bottcher’s amazing content strategy workshops and found new inspiration. It got me particularly thinking about my current usage of user journey maps and the problems I encounter with them. Journey maps are a great tool to think about the big picture (what is the main user goal, where are people coming from, what are they looking for) and to identify the pain points....
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My collection of learnings as a UX designer: tips on methods, on collaboration and on handling projects.

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