Both Adam and I have been presenting the content we post on Discussing Design as a team and as individuals at conferences and for design teams over the last few years, as we continue to share the content in presentations and workshops we want to hear from you about your experience (good or bad) with […]
About Aaron Irizarry
Aaron is a Product Designer for Nasdaq OMX. Aaron combines a background in visual design with a passion and deep understanding of experience design to create well rounded product experiences. He is also a lover of heavy metal, a foodie, and a master of BBQ arts.
The new year is in full swing and dates for workshops and presentations are coming together nicely. if you want to learn more about communicating design effectively with your teams and stakeholders be sure to check out these upcoming events. If you are at one of these events and dont make it out to one […]
Adam and I talk a lot about the various aspects of critique, facilitation, and how to improve the conversation surrounding design in presentations and workshops at conferences and for companies. As a result we have picked up some helpful tips and techniques to keep handy while making critique a part of your process.
This week Adam and I were fortunate enough to be guests on The East Wing Podcast hosted by Timothy Smith. We talked with Tim about critique in different situations and scenarios. Tim was a very gracious host and we had great dialog around the topic of critique. Head on over the The East Wing site […]
Recently Adam and I had the chance to talk with Jared Spool on the UIE Brain Sparks podcast about our upcoming presentation and workshop at UI17. As always Jared was an awesome host and we consider ourselves very fortunate to have the chance to talk about our favorite topic on the podcast. So head on over and give it a listen. […]
A Bit About This Site
Getting feedback from clients, teammates, stakeholders and others on a design can be terrifying and excruciating. Most of us have had the experience of seeing our designs berated and torn apart, or sitting through painful meetings listening to people react to our designs only to leave with nothing of use in making decisions on what should be kept and or iterated upon.
The goal of this site is to provide insights and resources for improving the conversations we have around design... (continue reading)