Design, Make, Do - Why I’m obsessed with failure (presentation)

A short talk I gave for the ‘Design, Make, Do’ conference. I discuss the value of having a positive attitude toward failure in the design process.

There are still a lot of businesses who really fear failure. But when it comes to design, that just shouldn’t be the case.

In this short talk I gave at Design, Make, Do - I discuss how having a positive attitude towards failure can help us do much better, more useful work.

Many thanks to Which? for hosting the event, and do Goose Lane for helping organise. Can’t wait for the next one!

Here’s the talk!

Get that? In summary :

  • You will fail, so do it quickly and cheaply.
  • Share your failures.
  • Positive failure moves us closer to success

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Chris Myhill, an incredibly handsome UX designer who heads up Just UX Design

Chris Myhill

Chris heads up Just UX Design with 10 years of experience creating digital products and managing design teams.

He’s worked on loads of different projects, using UX wizardry to help businesses make better products.

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