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This Millennial Founder Decorated Her Dorm Room Using Products She Created
At 18, Amanda Zuckerman co-founded dorm décor brand Dormify with her mom. Now, she's a 27-year-old creative director for the fast-growing brand she build from the ground up.
Sell More Products by Letting Your Customers Design Them for You
The wall between producers and consumers is crumbling -- and your business could profit.
4 Lessons From LEGO's Mastery of the Old and the New
If you build your brand's legacy with the same excitement you get when presented with a simple set of LEGO bricks, you'll be celebrating success for decades to come.
User Experience Is the Most Important Metric You Aren't Measuring
Though critical, user experience is often overlooked in website and app design.
Post-it Will Introduce Extreme Notes, and It's a Textbook Lesson in How to Solve a Customer Problem
The handy yellow sticky note is getting an upgrade for non-office settings.
Tech's Failure to Reach Women Costs the Industry Billions
Women are more than half of most markets. Failing to design technology for women has a significant financial cost.
3 Insights From Elon Musk's Chief Automotive Designer You Can Apply to Life and Business
The Tesla is the biggest automotive innovation since the Model T but it was designed using tried-and-true processes that would have been familiar to Henry Ford.
Why Lisn Lost: It Got the Design Right, But It Didn't Get the Right Design.
Most startups are merely solutions in search of problems. You might think you know what your users want, and you might even get the design right by building something beautiful. Unless you start with the right design, however, your startup is as good as scrap.
The iPhone 8 Will Influence the Mobile Community for Years to Come
A winning mix of emerging and maturing technology will set the bar for future Android releases, too.
How to Recruit Creatives and Craft a Great First Impression for Your Startup
Shoddy design can be fatal for startups dependent on making a strong first impression. Creative freelancers can be the lifesavers.