Designer Life #7: Why Designers in a Project Based Company Fail 💻📋💼

How to step up your design consultancy game

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Designer life is a collection of learnings and stories based on real-life experiences of product designers. What is written may or may not resonate with you. Please take it with a grain of salt 🧂👌

“It takes both sides to build a bridge” — Fredrik Nael

1. Client problems and objectives are rarely defined

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2. No time allocated for any Research Activity

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3. Design treated as an End Product Deliverables

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4. A designer rarely involved in Client meetings

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5. No time for any Design Validation

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“The designer does not begin with some preconceived idea. Rather, the idea is the result of careful study and observation, and the design a product of that idea” — Paul Rand

Designer life is a collection of learnings and stories based on real-life experiences of product designers. What is written may or may not resonate with you. Please take it with a grain of salt 🧂👌

Live around Digital Product & Experience Design. Working daily as a UI & UX Designer in an IT Consultant. Also currently developing Futsaloka.id and QUIXDS

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