In Fulfillment: The Designer's Journey


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Lead Hand Books
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.56 inches | 1.09 pounds

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About the Author

Justin is an internationally reknown design leader, author, and speaker from Chicago. You'll find him often engaging with the AIGA's speaking events, interviewed in Forbes magazine and Medium's "Forge" publication, and penning articles for Aquent, CEO World Magazine, and A List Apart. He speaks internationally on culture and design, including keynotes at the UXPA International conference, Midwest UX, and St. Louis Design Week. Justin is also the writer of the celebrated book "Creative Culture," a former VP of Design at bswift (a CVS Health company), and the founder of design leadership consultancy Anomali.


Forget work-life balance. In his newest book, Justin Dauer unveils a new paradigm: work-life harmony. A vision for aligning your work product and career with your deepest and most meaningful desires and values, it's also a blueprint for how to do so. Following Justin's principles will help you enjoy your work more and engage more deeply with the people who use what you create. In the process, you'll be empowered to define and design a conscious and worthy legacy.

Jeffrey Zeldman

Author, "Designing with Web Standards"

Justin challenges us - and empowers us - to build a holistically meaningful life of creative work. He's a passionate champion for the human aspects of design and it's no surprise that this book is chock-full of honest and authentic stories of success and failure throughout his career. He draws from this well to give us insightful reframes, guidance, tools, and processes; it's almost like having your own coach looking over your shoulder.

Steve Portigal

Author, "Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries"

I believe the design industry is going through some sort of midlife crisis; trying to understand the impact we've had on the world in a search for meaning and identity. In his new book, Justin Dauer leans heavily into these themes, exploring what designers can do to further their craft, improve society and leave the planet better than we found it.

Andy Budd

Founder, Leading Design conference