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Hiring and recruiting, moving into new markets, raising venture capital – none of these are the problems of design. But design can be applied to solving each of them.
Design is only a fraction of a designer’s job. When a design doesn’t see the light of day or gets dragged sideways, it’s often because the designer didn’t put in the time to create relationships and credibility with PMs and engineers.
A design culture isn’t built from giving designers immense power. Rather, it’s the product of everyone in a company considering design to be a part what they do.
Two things define a successful design sprint: all functions within a business participate and, eventually, a successful product is shipped.
Empathy is a key part of design, but empathy alone isn’t enough. What Daniel often sees designers lack is humility.

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