When it comes to UI/UX design, the 2021 year was considered a roller coaster ride. Due to the growing virtual and remote working culture, the relevant trends have also changed drastically during the year. And 2022 will not be different.
As remote workers, digital nomads face unique challenges when it comes to communicating with clients and collaborators. Not having face time and struggling with time zone discrepancies can throw off the vibe if not managed correctly.
Increasingly, more and more companies are looking for great design leadership these days. They are being told that their company needs a bigger focus on design thinking and are keen to adopt more design-centric principles.