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Pim van Boesschoten - Issue #46

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Hi there, found a few great articles this week! Two critical articles bashing google's sprint philoso
 

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March 17 · Issue #46 · View online
Insights from a UX-lead at a design agency in Utrecht

Hi there, found a few great articles this week!
Two critical articles bashing google’s sprint philosophy. One is explaining why iterations doesn’t lead up to great design. Another another one comparing it with Snake Oil…not 100% agreeing with it all, but it’s not all roses and moonlight in sprintland. 
You ever had to explain what UX design is all about at a party, well ’the UX of a banana’ will help you smoothen that ride. 
Perfect bots from hell was a great experiment to create a bot a day for one week. And, yes, they we we’re pretty stupid, but they still learned something from it.
And finally a double article about why Grid systems don’t really work for digital product design, and how to solve that problem (that’s part two)

Iteration is not design – The Design Innovator
Design Sprints Are Snake Oil – Research Things
The UX of a Banana: What UX Design is All About
Perfect Bots from Hell
Are grid systems still relevant in digital product design?
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