GUIDE

Unleash designers’ & engineers’ superpower to solve the world’s most complex problems together.

An illustration of an engineer and a designer. They are sitting in front of a computer, working together, smiling.
An illustration of an engineer and a designer. They are sitting in front of a computer, working together, smiling.

Helping teams to validate business ideas quickly and build lean, user-centred products is what I am passionate about. A significant part of the job is encouraging individuals to work closer together. Oftentimes, engineers and designers, left-brainers and right-brainers have to work the hardest to find a fruitful way to collaborate.

Out of many conversations with engineers and designers as well as learnings from team retrospectives over the last years, I’ve synthesised actionable tips and smart rituals that will fuel every designer/engineer collaboration.

Businesses are increasingly achieving their goals through software. They need to learn how to build great software, fast, and develop the agility rapidly react to user feedback. A proven approach to achieving this mission is establishing balanced product teams. …


WORKSHOP

A collaborative way to improve how your product communicates with its users

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Awaken your inner UX writer

Product teams come in all shapes and forms, but they often don’t have a dedicated writer. Writing the text for products often happens on the fly and the result does not always support users best. This workshop is for designers, product managers, and anyone who wants to improve the way their product communicates with its users. You can run it anytime, it does assume that you already talked to your users though. You need to have a solid understanding of their goals, problems, and their context.

About

Antonia Horvath

Senior designer, facilitator & problem solver who coaches teams to validate concepts quickly and build lean products with amazing user experiences

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