Discover the five trends Red Badger's UX team are predicting for 2018 and why for us, it's The Year of the Human. Read why we've chosen these and get recommended further reading. Disagree? Let us know at email@example.com.
Most management consultants hone their skills in deductive, convergent thinking. Considering pros and cons and making informed decisions. Design consultants bring another skill to the table. Divergent thinking aims to create better options in the first place, before narrowing down and making decisions in the convergent phase. It requires an empathetic, generative, and optimistic approach.
When a problem is initially stated, everyone assumes they understand it in the same way. That might be false because we tend to unconsciously fill the gaps with our own projections, and colour in the words with our own point of view. My aim for this article is to show how we can be more effective and intentional with our questions.
A humble form of inquiry is perhaps not the fastest, but the most honest and durable way to building great relationships.Questions built on a relationship of mutual trust can achieve amazing outcomes for you and your clients. Watch it work.
Growing a family is one of the most fulfilling things, equally it can be a logistical nightmare. Here’s why I asked to work 4 day week
Red Badger is prototyping a series of play cards to help solve sticky challenges with inspiration from Lean, Agile and Coaching. Our research has shown that the toughest challenges for design consultants may not be in design or tech. In the following articles we are going to share our latest thinking with you.
Red Badger is prototyping a series of play cards to help solve sticky challenges with inspiration from Lean, Agile and Coaching. In the following articles we are going to share our latest thinking with you.
Red Badger is prototyping a tool to solve any sticky challenge with inspiration from Lean, Agile and Coaching. In the following series of articles we are going to share our best tips with you.