Articulating Design Decisions Communicate with Stakeholders, Keep Your Sanity, and Deliver the Best User Experience Greever, Tom: Libros – Amazon

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20 reviews for Articulating Design Decisions Communicate with Stakeholders, Keep Your Sanity, and Deliver the Best User Experience Greever, Tom: Libros – Amazon

  1. Saif Altalib

    Really enjoyed this book. Loved the different perspectives discussed and guidelines for different roles. This is a must read for designers of all types and leaders who want to build a design-centric organization.

  2. Ann

    Fantastic book by Tom! Brings the human element into the conversation when talking so out design, agile teams, stakeholders, and overall project objectives.

  3. Ann

    Fantastic book by Tom! Brings the human element into the conversation when talking so out design, agile teams, stakeholders, and overall project objectives.

  4. Saif Altalib

    Really enjoyed this book. Loved the different perspectives discussed and guidelines for different roles. This is a must read for designers of all types and leaders who want to build a design-centric organization.

  5. Kevin A

    The book is very educational/well thought through. A colleague recommended it amd I’m glad she did. Suitable for all design disciplines and Marketing people as well

  6. DanielDaniel

    Any design professional looking to make a career move , or move up in their existing company, needs to read this book.Tom Greever has laid out a pathway for those having difficulties, or those making basic mistakes, communicating their design intent. This skill is what differentiates high performers in a company who get the raises and promotions from those struggling to progress in their field.5/5 stars!!6/5 if used as a passive aggressive gift.

  7. DanielDaniel

    Any design professional looking to make a career move , or move up in their existing company, needs to read this book.Tom Greever has laid out a pathway for those having difficulties, or those making basic mistakes, communicating their design intent. This skill is what differentiates high performers in a company who get the raises and promotions from those struggling to progress in their field.5/5 stars!!6/5 if used as a passive aggressive gift.

  8. Kevin A

    The book is very educational/well thought through. A colleague recommended it amd I’m glad she did. Suitable for all design disciplines and Marketing people as well

  9. Anotha Level Apparel

    This book has the right info I needed at this point in my career and details how I should be communicating with stakeholders, managers, and executives

  10. Anotha Level Apparel

    This book has the right info I needed at this point in my career and details how I should be communicating with stakeholders, managers, and executives

  11. A Hurworth

    I’ve been building tech for 20 years and recently became a coach. I have clients at different stages of their careers; some are in UX, others are not.I’m observing that many of the bootcamps that ux newbies are taking aren’t helping them to build this muscle of articulating their design rationale. This leaves them feeling unprepared for interviews or lacking confidence discussing proposals with Engineers and other stakeholders who may bring other ideas and opinions to the table.I’m using this book to help my clients learn how to communicate their designs but also remind me of all the tricks i’ve learned along the way and have forgotten about.

  12. A Hurworth

    I’ve been building tech for 20 years and recently became a coach. I have clients at different stages of their careers; some are in UX, others are not.I’m observing that many of the bootcamps that ux newbies are taking aren’t helping them to build this muscle of articulating their design rationale. This leaves them feeling unprepared for interviews or lacking confidence discussing proposals with Engineers and other stakeholders who may bring other ideas and opinions to the table.I’m using this book to help my clients learn how to communicate their designs but also remind me of all the tricks i’ve learned along the way and have forgotten about.

  13. Ron B.

    I can’t recommend this book highly enough. I am an Industrial Designer / UX Designer and Professor of Design with over 25 years of experience, and this is the first book that explains how to effectively articulate what we do, why we do what we do, and the value of what we do to our counterparts in other disciplines. It is a valuable resource for entry-level designers, as well as seasoned designers like myself.

  14. Ron B.

    I can’t recommend this book highly enough. I am an Industrial Designer / UX Designer and Professor of Design with over 25 years of experience, and this is the first book that explains how to effectively articulate what we do, why we do what we do, and the value of what we do to our counterparts in other disciplines. It is a valuable resource for entry-level designers, as well as seasoned designers like myself.

  15. Chris

    This book is great! From the illustrations, to the content to the sense of humor, a great read for all designers!

  16. Chris

    This book is great! From the illustrations, to the content to the sense of humor, a great read for all designers!

  17. Ryan Brownhill

    Loved this book. Showcases practical behaviors and examples on the best way to communicate with stakeholders and advocate designs, iterate and reach alignment.

  18. Ryan Brownhill

    Loved this book. Showcases practical behaviors and examples on the best way to communicate with stakeholders and advocate designs, iterate and reach alignment.

  19. nick

    Articulating design decisions is so good that I’m upset I didn’t read it earlier, Or before starting my career.The book changes everything for me going forward. This book is INSANE, the best book for UX I have read. I’m already having results in my meetings and pitching design decisions to stakeholders.

  20. nick

    Articulating design decisions is so good that I’m upset I didn’t read it earlier, Or before starting my career.The book changes everything for me going forward. This book is INSANE, the best book for UX I have read. I’m already having results in my meetings and pitching design decisions to stakeholders.

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