Rich Lee

Rich Lee / @richardlee_tn Rich has been fortunate in his career to work as a designer with amazing designers, as a developer with far more talented developers, and as a manager in several roles where he has learned to talk less, listen more, and pick good people to play with. He's worked with tiny firms and big corporations, and found the most important factor in any job is how much you want to get to your gig when you get up in the morning.

Stories by Rich Lee

April 15th, 2014

Reorgs: Rocky or Righteous?

Designing the experience of company transition

As designers, we grapple every day with challenging projects. This of course is part of what keeps us coming back. Some challenges, although not directly related to project work, can still be looked at through a UX lens. In this case, I’m talking about a phenomenon you’re likely familiar with: company reorganization. If you’ve been…

January 9th, 2014

Changing Lanes

In the course of your life, unless you have inherited your family’s Piggly Wiggly fortune, you will have held a number jobs. Maybe you started out in your teens by bagging groceries, or perhaps you filled up that piggy bank by babysitting or mowing lawns. That first job hopefully taught you some valuable lessons about…