Why I'm writing
I love to learn new things—I’m one of those people who just prefers to know. If ignorance is bliss, give me chaos. Learning is a skill, not a talent. And it’s one I’m hell-bent on improving. Because knowledge compounds, I'm sharing my learnings here so that others can benefit from my experience, too.
Design and tech
👋 Introducing Venture by Design
In 2020, it's easier than ever to learn from other people. There is too much valuable content shared about most topics for anyone to keep track of. For the entrepreneurially inclined like us, that's incredibly exciting! It has become easy to learn from the successes and failures of others to help us craft our journey...
👁 Use 'invisible design' to create better experiences
The breakdown The concept of "less, but better" is helping drive the evolution of modern digital product design, but it's not only applicable to designers. By examining the motivations shaping your customer's experience, you can pursue 'invisible design' in almost any facet of your venture.
🗣 Build empathy by talking to your customers
The breakdown There is one universal design principle that can benefit every business-the importance of talking with your users. Talking to your users is beneficial regardless of your domain, and it doesn't have to be complicated. The design industry is evolving rapidly alongside the internet. As a result, it's constantly in flux.
📊 Base your business decisions on data
Throughout the past half-century, The Information Age has introduced a fundamental shift in how societies measure and produce value. Increasingly, the global economy assigns value based on an entity's ability to generate, harvest, and leverage data. In 2021, the most innovative organizations are those that prioritize data insights in their decision-making processes.
✍️ Make wireframes to save time and money
Product design lingo is full of seemingly highbrow principles inspired by its position at the intersection of art and technology (i.e., Good design is invisible). It's the goal of this newsletter to make those principles more accessible and valuable for all entrepreneurs. But design isn't just talk.
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