Cheers, Erika Osti

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Tell us, what’s your design superpower?

As a designer, what are you most proud of?

What motivates you to keep doing what you do every day?

If you could share one piece of advice with other designers, what would it be?

What was your pathway into design?

Quote page, yellow background: “Get involved with understanding all the bits and pieces that come together to bring an experience to life, while creating opportunities for the business to grow” — Erika Osti for CX Happy Hour

What is a current challenge you are facing in design?

How might we, as a design community, approach this problem?

What do you do to disconnect & unwind for increased well-being?

How do you make ‘flexible work’ work for you?

What do you do to inspire creative thinking or get ‘un-stuck’?

Do you have a go to playlist to get into the flow of work?

What is the best customer experience you have had recently?

What are some of your go to design tools?

Any other books, series or resources that you would recommend?

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