Free ‘Tarot Cards’ For Designers Offer Invaluable Advice For Successful Projects



Image by Artefact and featured with permission

Can’t find creative direction? Some might seek fortune tellers for validation about their most pressing questions, but the method might be too risky for designers, especially when they’re dealing with big clients—until now.

Design and innovation consultancy Artefact Group has created a deck of free-to-use cards that aim to help you evade project screw-ups.

Rather than offer advice that’s vague and easy to misintepret, the ‘Tarot Cards of Tech’ poses queries that people might forget to ask themselves during the design process. In spite of its name, the deck is applicable to any industry.

To make things more relatable, Artefact has assigned a persona to each card. The ‘Backstabber’, for instance, makes you consider if there are reasons people might lose trust in your design. The ‘Siren’ asks about possible downfalls that might result from an over-reliance of your product.

“It feels like something you can bring into a workshop,” described Sheryl Cababa, Creative Director at Artefact. “The personification of these big issues allows it to surface in a way that feels like it’s not just us saying everything is going to go wrong for your product.”

Head over to Artefact’s website to discover your outlook or download the cards for free. You can also follow the agency on Facebook and Twitter to enjoy its other creative projects.

How can we better predict the true impact technology can have on people, for good and for bad? Take the #TarotCardsofTech to your next brainstorm to reveal what’s in the cards for your next product: https://t.co/DW5sOnOxIL pic.twitter.com/32PcznLhDn

— Artefact (@artefactgroup) May 11, 2018



Image by Artefact and featured with permission



Image by Artefact and featured with permission



Image by Artefact and featured with permission



Image by Artefact and featured with permission



Image by Artefact and featured with permission



Image by Artefact and featured with permission

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