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A look inside hybrid cloud design

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Design storyboardUser experience and design are integral to hybrid cloud products at IBM.

Designers work hard to deliver the best user experiences using the Design Thinking process that IBM Design works to instill across the entire company. However, it can be difficult to really understand what designers do and how they impact the product overall for those outside of the design industry.

IBM Design has built a unique culture that designers then bring to all teams across the company. Designers use unique methods, tools and approaches to create the user experiences that are best for their products. For a look into how design teams at IBM Cloud operate, read the article below and follow the Bluemix Availability Monitoring design team as they give insight into what it means to be a designer at IBM, as well as how they bring that culture to the team at IBM Cloud.

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