Made in Greece

Made in Greece

In September I visited my home town of Thessaloniki, Greece, after being away for almost three years. Although I wanted to start writing this article as soon as I got back, I decided to wait a bit so that I’m a little less biased and emotionally charged as possible. For the most part it wasContinue Reading

Grow Up!

Grow Up!

As someone on the front end of UX projects, I spend a lot of time talking with clients and prospects about their specific project.  I’ve grown into this role because I really do enjoy meeting new people, hearing about new technology and helping advise companies on service design. I can tell you that selling UXRead more

Empathy in UX

Empathy in UX

Empathy is a popular term in user experience design nowadays. Many recommend that designers need to empathise to create better experiences. And I’d wholeheartedly agree with that. But what I read in these conference talks, blog posts and other publishing places differs greatly from what I hear when designers talk to each other. The differenceRead more

Collaboration is a team sport

Collaboration is a team sport

If there is one topic that stands out in my mind in the last few months, it would be the topic of collaboration. We have been asked to help others collaborate and we ourselves also desire greater collaboration in our work. Why is collaboration so needed in our workplace? Why do talent searchers look forRead more

What Does Your Brand Colour Mean?

What Does Your Brand Colour Mean?

The colour of a brand says a lot about who a company is. In this post we’ll explore the psychology of colour and how brands use this to create a deep connection with their customers. In design school, you learn about basic visual principals line, shape, texture, form, value, space and colour. In my firstRead more

“Remarkable” Wireframes

“Remarkable” Wireframes

If you have ever read the book Purple Cow by Seth Godin, you know that the idea behind the book is to be remarkable, noticeable and outstanding. Godin talks about what it takes to be remarkable. Godin believes that in order to be successful, you have to be outstanding in what you do. You don’tRead more

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