Design Thinking was new to the organization, and so was User Research.
Our Series C startup was starting to mature. We'd reached product market fit, and as our customers needs became more specific, building features as fast as we could, and see what stuck didn't work as well anymore. I was hired to bring ux research and design thinking into our tactical organization. We had some great methods and techniques that we loved to do, and we were also learning new ones. So I decided to organize all of those documents into a wiki for UX. That's how the Practice guide came to fruition. Now, Designers, PMs, and engineers can use and contribute to the practice guide. As our skills grow, so does our collective knowledge. I used Google Sites as our primary resource, because of it's integrations and advanced search feature within google files that are embedded in features.