The benefits and challenges at the Department of Defense

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A high-level view of how to think about user research and its value

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A case study on how the government leveraged Design Sprints for public safety

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From my experience, there is value to be gained from using Design Sprints, but like with any method, you must learn how and where it should be applied.


There are three vital areas to consider before selecting an idea

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What’s common about entrepreneurs and what can we learn from them?

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Focus on these traits and you’ll stand out from the pack

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UX has grown from 1,000 people in 1983 to over 1 million people in 2017 , and is expected to grow to 100 million by 2050 — according to Nielsen Norman Group


Lessons from a habitual goal setter

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We’re buried in goals and goal setting to the point…


How some of the most successful companies think about design.

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Companies with more advanced design practices are more profitable than their competitors.


We all innovate, but some of us do it much better than others

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How teams design software apps faster and at a lower cost

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Jason Moccia

Insightful strategist, entrepreneur, and design consultancy founder @ OneSpring. Sharing thoughts, challenges, and the stories behind running a business.

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