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Designing at break neck speed

A multitasking designer is one of the key stakeholder in a startup's early stages where they define the product. As exciting this phase intellectually for the designer, this is also a stage where he/she tend to make some common design and decision mistakes. In this talk, ill be sharing my experiences from startup/lean culture, lessons learned, and some measures that i take to avoid those.

The take-aways for the audience are:
1. Battling fast evolving requirements/feature sets
2. Addressing lack of documentation time
3. Ability to multitask
4. Dealing with incremental changes and user feedbacks
5. Going modular in design detailing
6. No chrome / Flat designs and its relevance in making faster design cycles
7. Importance of being hands on

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