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  1. The Structure of Retainer Deals for UX Designers

    I want to say this upfront (as many people will disagree with the approach), but I don’t generate written contracts. I’m not litigious in any sense—I’m relational. I tend to believe that business relationships generally end when my effectiveness ends, so I work on conflict resolution and then, if that

  2. In Response to Ageism in Tech

    ** While I have been lucky enough not to experience more than one occasion of overt ageism (an interview with a startup with a young age average), I welcome the competition. I would add a few traits to your assessment of the older designer—we are also commonly more competitive and…

  3. Reiswig Card Designs Selected for Feature

    Every once in a while, I get an opportunity to talk about my branding work. And let me just say, I love it. I’ve been doing branding from the beginning. If you hit my bio, you’ll see I was inspired early on by designing brands. For me, branding is a…

  4. Commitment! A Q&A on Mentorship

    Q. Hi! What is your name and what do you do? A. Howdy. I’m Matthew Reiswig and I’m a UX Designer at Pivotal. . Q. What kind of people do you mentor? A. Designers. . Q. Why do you mentor? A. It feels good to help people, and it gives

  5. 7 UX Design Trends for 2017

    1. Conversational interfaces Millions of voice-activated smart home devices (like Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Google Assistant) were sold just during the holiday season in 2016, and it was a shock to some. The surprises are over. Conversation is something we all know to engage in. We’re not sure how…

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