UX designer’s guide to effective retrospectives

Retrospectives are meetings found in — but not limited to — the Scrum development framework where members of a product team reflect on past work and discuss ways to improve in the future. I’ve seen designers occasionally write retrospectives off as not being particularly relevant or interesting to them — sometimes to the point where they don’t even attend, but I’d argue that if you’re not very engaged (or…

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Sr Product Designer @ Meta/Facebook. Previously HubSpot & Cigna. I write about UX, agile, & product design. linkedin.com/in/seandexter1/

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Sean Dexter

Sean Dexter

Sr Product Designer @ Meta/Facebook. Previously HubSpot & Cigna. I write about UX, agile, & product design. linkedin.com/in/seandexter1/

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