In this short video highlight from the Get More Done as a UX designer Live stream, I’ll cover the DiSSS (Deconstruct, Select, Sequence and add Stakes) framework that helps learn UX skills and prioritise work items fast and effectively. It doesn’t really matter if you’re just trying to get into UX design and need a sanity check on which skills to focus more on or are an experienced designer who needs a framework to organize your day-to-day work and activities.
Just like other tools shared, this can be adopted by absolutely anyone – UX, product, engineers, tech and non-tech folk alike. It’s a must know and keep in your arsenal to get more done in UX.
This principle highlight is taken from the recent UX live stream: https://youtu.be/-LhlmxEsRBE