In this report, two seasoned advocates explain how pair design—the practice of having two designers work together on each aspect of a design project—works and what you need to implement it at your company.
Christopher Noessel is a veteran in the UX world: designing products, services, and strategy for the health, financial, and consumer domains, among many others, for more than 20 years. He co-founded a small interaction design agency and he worked as a director of information design at international Web consultancy marchFIRST, where he also helped establish the interaction design Center of Excellence. He was instrumental in crafting the pair design practice while at Cooper, while working with clients from worldwide media companies to local startups. He has published over 50 popular blog posts on Cooper’s Journal, is co-author of the book Make It So: Interaction Design Lessons from Science Fiction, and keeps the blog scifiinterfaces.com.