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How Emirates Airline uses customer-centric design

Alex Knigge, SVP Corporate Communications, Marketing & Brand (Digital) at The Emirates Group, shares how his team designs and implements customer experiences together with business stakeholders and agile development squads.

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User-centric design and organisational transformation: lessons from the public sector

What can the public sector teach the private sector about agility, transformation and truly user-centric design? Johan Hogsander, Managing Director at Engine Transformation, shares the lessons he has learned from working for the ‘biggest business’ in the UK.



27 things I need to see on an ecommerce homepage

Here are 27 elements that are commonly seen on ecommerce homepages, many essential, others desirable. If I’ve missed any, please leave a comment below… Status updates or contextual copy Current events may affect factors like price or delivery, such as Christmas, or bad weather, so adding a message to the homepage is a good way […]

A day in the life of… Andrew Barraclough, Head of Design, GSK

Andrew Barraclough is Head of Design at GSK, a role which he has said feeds his “hunger for craft and creativity, logic and maths, business, and crucially for making a difference to people’s lives.” We caught up with Barraclough to ask him about his day-to-day.

How to put people at the heart of your design sprint

It’s not always enough to trust in the process of design sprints. They push people to shift their mindsets, change their behaviours and deal with awkward situations. A solid process alone just won’t cut it.

You need to put people’s needs at the heart of the process. That’s the only way to get the full and lasting benefit of a design sprint.

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