ISSUE # 06

The “Imposter Syndrome” is one of the most widespread disorders among designers all over the world. As part of the cover story for this issue, we invited some of the most notable designers to give their perspectives on this ever-so-popular condition among designers.

Four eminent design personalities share their personal stories on how they fought imposter syndrome and how it needs to be tackled by designers one way or the other.

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In this issue

We’re All Imposters

We’re All Imposters

Let me tell you a secret – about ten years ago when I first started working, I wrote a lengthy email to Chip Kidd, who I was a huge fan…

The Usual Unusual Design Trail

The Usual Unusual Design Trail

A ‘design toddler’ reflects on her journey of transition to design and shares some insights An artist to engineer to a designer, this trail pretty much sums up my journey…

How Hi-Fi Should Wireframes Be?

How Hi-Fi Should Wireframes Be?

Is there a fixed rule to how detailed our wireframes should be? It depends, Rupashree argues If someone were to ask you what is that one core responsibility of a…

Harmonia Digital Sampler: HDS25

Harmonia Digital Sampler: HDS25

On a dwarf planet called Harmonia, astronauts carry a special tablet, HDS25, for collecting digital samples of the planet’s geological terrain This university project involved creating design fictions which are…

Frankie Kastenbaum On Imposter Syndrome

Frankie Kastenbaum On Imposter Syndrome

Frankie Kastenbaum shares her story on Imposter Syndrome and gives tips on how to (or how not to) fight it An Experience Designer born and raised in New York City,…

Alok Kumar On Imposter Syndrome

Alok Kumar On Imposter Syndrome

Director UX Design & Research at Moonfrog Labs and co-founder of RethinkingUX, an esteemed UX community, Alok has worked with huge brands like the Walmart in the past and holds…