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Product Designer Handover
This document serves as a comprehensive guide for handing over responsibilities and key information related to the Product Designer role at Motherboard. This is to ensure a smooth transition for the incoming designer to maintain continuity and effectiveness in design processes and projects.

Role overview

Your primary responsibilities and day-to-day tasks as the Product designer at Motherboard include the following:
Collaborate closely with product managers, engineers, and stakeholders to define requirements and deliver innovative solutions.
Create high-fidelity and low-fidelity wireframes as deemed fit to communicate design concepts and interactions effectively.
Continuously iterate on designs based on user feedback, usability testing, and data-driven insights.
Maintain and evolve the existing design systems and guidelines to ensure consistency and scalability across the platform.
Conduct user research to gather insights and inform design decisions aimed at enhancing user experiences.
Stay updated on industry trends, best practices, and emerging technologies to drive innovation and enhance our products.
Update, design and build webpages on the company website using Webflow.
Your role is pivotal within the organization, as your design choices and concepts hold significant sway over customer activation and retention for our products. The designs you create will directly shape the experience our users and customers have when engaging with our products.

Projects and status

Design System

Tools and systems

Documentation and Knowledge Sharing

Team and Stakeholder Contacts

Important meetings


I want to express my sincere gratitude for the opportunity to serve as the Product Designer at Motherboard. It has been an incredible journey, and I am grateful for the support and collaboration from each of you.
Thank you for the invaluable experiences and memories. I wish the team continued success and growth in all future endeavours.
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