UX Writing is not just text.

As a UX Designer currently working in Nigeria, I am often responsible for the UX Writing and Content Strategy of the products I design. Also, with a background in Content and Marketing, UX Writing is one skill I adapted really quick on my transition to UX/Product Design.

Recently, I worked with a team building an intra-organizational complex system. Complex systems are systems that comprise many components that interact with each other and designed for extremely functional and professional needs. These systems are not linear and use many interdependent modules. …


Memories, even bittersweet ones, are better than nothing, I guess.

As 2019 came to an end, I asked God what my running word was for 2020 and he gave me a phrase. He said, “take action and persist in prayers” I wondered why God would ask me to persist in prayers when He is God and He can give me these things without having to struggle in prayers. Little did I know I was about to have an unforgettable year.

While I may have wanted to write a review of 2020, I have been running from the memory joggle I…


To an end is another beginning.

I bet it’s not too late to write my 2019 in review post. I am going to try to make this post as honest as possible and even more as real. I choose to share a little bit of my life on the internet because I believe there are a few people out there who would like to read about it. I also think I go through several things other people like myself go through and it’s a bit consoling to know that I am not alone on this journey, neither are they.

2019…


those illusions may be spiritual.

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What if Deja vu was life’s way of telling us we are on the right path?

This morning I let my mind go on one of its usual trips and it wandered away till it began to wonder if there was a fringe science behind Deja vu.

Deja vu is that brain-tickling illusion of having previously experienced something that in reality is being encountered for the first time.

The scientific theory of Deja Vu

If you’re in the middle of current experience and there happens to be a highly similar prior experience somewhere in your memory, that prior memory can produce…


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I was listening to Oprah Winfrey (one of my many Godmothers)’s commencement lecture of her addressing the Harvard Graduate class of 2013. She said every time she interviewed someone on her show, once the cameras are down, the first thing they ask is did they do well? Was that good? Did they speak well? She had heard it from President Bush, President Obama and even Beyonce, in all her ‘beyonceness’, after an interview with her asked if that was okay. Even Beyonce still needs some sort of validation. Does that mean it is only human? Does that make it normal?

Aderinsola Adeyanju

Product Designer with core skills in Content, Marketing and Design. Other Interests include tech, faith, mindfulness, intentional living and wholeness🌱.

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