The Indispensable Designer: A Guide to Influential Design

  • Learn the habits and tactics separating indispensable designers from the rest.
  • Best practices for UX design, clarifying feedback, running quick usability tests, and other daily responsibilities.
  • See how to influence your team to create better products.
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  • Jerry Cao

    Jerry Cao

    Jerry Cao is a UX Content Strategist at UXPin. In his spare time he enjoys playing electric guitar, watching foreign horror films, and expanding his knowledge of random facts. Follow him on Twitter.

  • Marcin Treder

    Marcin Treder

    Marcin Treder is a design enthusiast that literally lives for creating the best user experience possible. After years working as a UX Designer and UX Manager he focused on his own start-up UXPin that provides tools for UX Designers all over the world. UXPin tools are used by designers in companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, IBM, Salesforce. UXPin was recently voted the best start-up in Central and Eastern Europe. Marcin enjoys writing (e.g. for Smashing Magazine, .Net Magazine, UXMag, DesignModo, SpeckyBoy...), blogging (Blog UXPin, UXAid, Startup Pirate) and tweeting (@uxpin, @marcintreder).

  • Alex Gamble

    Alex Gamble

    Alex Gamble is an experience designer at Price Waterhouse Coopers New Zealand. He has helped a variety of businesses, from small start-ups to big corporates, develop user-centred products. Alex's goal is to bring forward a lean product revolution.

  • Ryan Thomas Riddle

    Ryan Thomas Riddle

    Ryan Thomas Riddle is a UX Content Strategist at UXPin. He is an award-winning writer for his work as a mild-mannered reporter for the Bay Area newspaper, The Daily Post. His previous work has appeared in the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Formerly, he worked for ZURB, a digital product design company, as their Lead Editor. You can read all about his adventures through time and space on Twitter, @ryantriddle. You can find more of his writing on his personal website.