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So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a some link design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?

What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

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So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

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So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

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So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

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So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

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If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?article2

So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?
So where do you begin? Start by asking yourself these questions: there a design culture already in place (even a small one)?
If the design culture is minimal, what fundamentals are lacking?
What elements from other teams have inspired you—reading blog posts, listening to podcasts, etc—that you’d want to incorporate?

At TaskRabbit, Zach said that everyone sits close to each other, and they’re able to have casual conversations where people feel free to chime in. These conversations—with no real agenda since they aren’t formal meetings—are a perfect place to start seeding how you’re going to solve the problems from a design perspective.

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