Supporting Design by Non-DesignersThis workshop discusses how design specialists can support design by non-specialists. On teams, many roles engage in design work and specialists often coach non-specialists on principles, best practices, and process. The workshop will produce case studies, best practices for improving design skills, and processes to promote quality design by non-specialists. Workshop by Amy E. "Amy" Kidd, Jennifer Lymneos Usability perspectives for General
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