Every 2022 newsletter you missed


Dear Reader,

It's been a busy year for us at the Fountain Institute. We launched 4 LIVE, cohort-based courses (including 40 new workshops), lead 9 free masterclasses, and hosted 12 meetups.

We launched our free Slack community (join here), taught 4,000+ designers, and crossed the 5,000 subscribers mark for this newsletter.

We've got lots more planned for 2023!

But first...a look back at the newsletters from 2022.

Here are all of the newsletters from 2022 sorted by topic:

Sustainability

UX Research

Product Discovery

Experimentation

Metrics

Strategy

Facilitation

Design Leadership

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Until next year!

Jeff Humble
Designer & Co-Founder
The Fountain Institute

The Fountain Institute

The Fountain Institute is an independent online school that teaches advanced UX & product skills.

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