The growth process of a designer essentially comes down to five key steps: understand, execute, collaborate, lead, and envision.


Think about how the project you’ve been tasked with ladders up to the overall goal.


Execution encapsulates the efficient design process that you work through with your teammates so that everyone can move faster with confidence.


Try not to shy away from giving constructive feedback. This can lead to opportunities for you to engage in really great conversations with your teammates.


Leadership looks different for every designer. So it's helpful to know what kind of leader you are and want to eventually become.


Having a clear and inspiring product vision that aligns with strategic objectives helps in motivating and inspiring people.



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