UX Fika with Michael Stausholm on Sustainable Design

I believe in starting a conversation with fellow leaders and learning from their experiences. Making their perspectives available to the whole community is one step forward in spreading the message about the importance of UX. That’s why I have started a project of...

UX Fika with Tem Aguerre: on design process and leadership

I believe in starting a conversation with fellow UX professionals and learning from their experiences. Making their perspectives available to the whole community is one step forward in spreading the message about the importance of UX. That’s why I have started a...

UX Fika with Stefan Twerdochlib on building UX vision

I believe in starting a conversation with fellow UX professionals and learning from their experiences. Making their perspectives available to the whole community is one step forward in spreading the message about the importance of UX. That’s why I have started a...

UX Fika with Dora Palfi on diversity in the tech world

UX Fika series was launched with the goal of bringing more voices into the conversation around UX. However today I will make a special exception. On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8th, I wanted to feature a special talk with an inspiring young...

UX and Social Media: Where they meet with My Toninelli

Social media can be a noisy place. Users can get overwhelmed and walk away (or better — tap away) in search of content that is more relevant or brands that “sync” with them better. What makes users on social media stick? A well-thought message? Some great visuals and...

Invisible Banking: How to Make Saving Easy

In the 1960s, Stanford University conducted the so-called Marshmallow Experiment, a study conducted by Professor Walter Mischel in which a child was offered the choice of being able to eat a single marshmallow now, or if they waited 15 minutes, too. As you can...