Although it may sound like heresy, user-centered design is slowly becoming outdated and no longer suitable for the complex and dynamic world we live in. This creates space for new design approaches, such as practice-centric design. We will explain what it entails and showcase numerous concrete examples from projects where we have implemented it. In our opinion, a practice-centric approach allows for a better grasp of the context in which a product operates, leading to more profound insights. Interestingly, it is also easily embraced by both internal and external clients. So, are you ready to make the switch?