PracticeEmpathybyQuinnDombrowski

Your Conference Needs To Adopt Design Empathy Practices

The group kept returning to this word. I thought we were finished discussing all of its nuances and implications. Then another small group would underscore its importance. It’s as if this word was a floating bobber in a lake constantly tossed around due to wind and waves. It wouldn’t disappear. Just when we thought no one would mention the … [Read More...]

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