How do you want to behave as a professional designer? How much does your attitude and conduct affect what you can do, and what others will let you do? Luke reacts to the ego shown by another interaction designer and examines how age-old, earnest, capital-D-for-design thinking is imperative for UX as a problem-solving skill-set.
To coincide with the UX Australia conference, which kicks off today in Brisbane, we’re publishing a series of interviews with some of the talented UX designers who are speaking at the conference.
Today’s interview is with the keynote speaker and former creative director of Simple, Bill DeRouchey.