Designing for the Objective

A deep dive on how to design for the objective and understand user intent in educational user experience design.

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How Enneagram Ones and Sixes Work Together

Enneagram Ones and Sixes who work together have a number of unique and shared qualities. Both types are dedicated and practical, which helps them communicate well. They like to plan ahead and they want to do things the right way. Their different approaches to decision-making may cause conflict.

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How Enneagram Ones and Fives Work Together

Enneagram Ones and Fives have many traits in common. They are analytical and use logical communication. Fives tend to focus solely on intellect, while Ones like to put their logic into action. They might run into conflict because they tend to be stubborn about their ideals and values.

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Garbanzo After One Year

Garbanzo is a great example of Zaengle’s unique ability to combine several critical components of a successful education technology product: business strategy, user experience design, and software engineering.

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Myers-Briggs Framework: Part II

In part two of exploring the Myers-Briggs personality type framework, we're diving into type groups. After you’ve discovered which type your personality traits fall under, the natural next step is to learn how the various types relate to one another.

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