The Problem: People can sometimes respond too quickly and the answer is incorrect or only part of the solution.
The solution: Think longer before answering and listen to everyones responses. “Savour the words” when speaking. Introverts naturally don’t like to be outspoken and can have good answers, possibly because they have more time to think. Ask “the quiet one in the room” and others what their thoughts are. The more time put into thinking about questions and listening to peoples answers, usually correlates to a better solution. Often the last to speak is the first with the correct or improved answer, so practice being the last person in the room to respond when given the chance.
UI/UX designer & UI Developer from Brisbane, Australia. I completed a degree in Interactive and Visual Design from Queensland University of Technology. In my spare time I enjoy travelling and practicing photography. I have a keen interest in learning, regularly training and developing skills in ui design, user experience design, web accessibility, front end development & graphic design. I believe that our sites can be accessible, functional and aesthetically pleasing. Currently I work as a consultant @ Avanade, an Accenture and Microsoft company.
UI/UX Designer | UI Developer