…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...Continue Reading
Agile is one of these magical words in our days. It’s like a promise that by using an “agile method” everything will be faster, cheaper and definitely more innovative. The project managers that I heard talking about Agile made it always sound like paradise: everybody is working together, the process is very flexible, the client...Continue Reading
I just read a great article that provides new inspiration on writing in the life of a UX person – like UX reports: Think Like An Artist And Write UX Reports Your Clients Will Love You won’t find any practical examples or templates there – but this article got me thinking and taught me the...Continue Reading
Designing or redesigning a website is always like a new and exciting journey to me (like with most of things in life in general). Of course there are patterns and routines – but there is always a different constellation, new requirements, different problems to solve. And I like having new challenges.Continue Reading
My collection of learnings as a UX designer: tips on methods, on collaboration and on handling projects.