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There's multiple ways to prototype a digital product. What are they? What pros and cons does each method provide? And lastly, how do you choose the right fidelity?

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On the importance and execution of information architecture and user journeys, and the roles they play in creating exceptional digital products.

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Auditing an existing website or application allows us to see what is already working well in addition to what is clearly not working well. It allows us to keep and improve upon the former, while helping us avoid the latter and prevent us from making the same mistakes.

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In the final instalment of our series on user stories, you learn why prioritized user stories are not enough to be effective, and how to take them through completion using acceptance criteria.

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In part one of our user stories posts, you learned why they matter and how to capture them. In this post, learn simple and effective methods to prioritize user stories to ensure you work on the features that matter most.

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User stories capture the functionality your website or app requires – but what is the process for capturing user stories from a group of stakeholders? Learn how in Part 1 of our user stories posts.

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User personas are the guiding light for your project-related decision-making. But how do we discover the right information and actually write effective, usable ones?

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Why digital project briefs matter, how to uncover the content a successful brief requires, how to write one up, and finally how to format it in a provided free digital project brief template.

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Gutenberg is a dramatic shift for WordPress 5.0, allowing content editors to format and style their content using “content blocks” not unlike what is found on popular DIY website builders like SquareSpace and Wix. But what does it mean for our past, current, and future custom WordPress projects and clients?

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Working as a Digital Project Manager on software and web projects means you're in constant communication with clients. But sometimes, clients go AWOL – often becoming an obstacle to progress. Here are 3 ways to handle clients like these that lead to success while avoiding conflict.

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