Experience Design Weekly #55 – Systems Thinking in Business & Micro Design Systems

Systems Thinking in Business & Micro Design Systems

“Rule of thumb for UX: More options, more problems.”
Scott Belsky


Making more informed design judgements
Have you ever looked at a design, read an article or tweet from a designer, or seen an update to a popular product and thought to yourself: “I could have done so much better!” or “Why did they decide to do this?!”

Great Strategy Requires Creativity
Game-changing strategies are born of creative thinking: a spark of intuition, a connection between different ways of thinking, a leap into the unexpected.

Autonomy & Product Management- It’s Complicated
Author Daniel Pink says autonomy is a critical factor in motivating people at work. It helps them feel connected and empowers them to make a positive contribution.

Systems thinking in business
Systems thinking is a perspective to make sense of the world. It asserts that the world is made up of systems — sets of things that work together, entities in an interconnecting network. Systems are overlapping, nested, interconnected and dynamic.

Micro Design Systems — breaking the monolith
It’s time for us to mature our design systems and prepare for the future.


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