Listened to this amazing episode of the Accidental Creative Podcast this morning about a toxic ingredient that’s been sapping energy from a project I’m working on. Accidental Creative Podcast: Commit to Decisions Todd talks about how we tend to want to revisit decisions over and over, which keeps us from making any real progress.. Have … Read More
Wisdom from Chalene Johnson.
Simply slapping a layer of ESG initiatives doesn’t make a corporation not-evil. And as Eccles and Serafeim show, the increased cost of these efforts will diminish financial performance over time because of the increased cost.
Free advice: When naming your product, say it out loud several times to see if it still sounds good.
Jeff Gothelf has a great writeup about how to make remote design work (assuming remote work fits with your company culture).
I have always liked radial menus, but found them a bit awkward on mouse-driven systems. I like the way C-Swipe makes good ergonomic sense, allowing the user to activate menus with the device held in one hand. Check out the proposal and let me know what you think.
Just re-read A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design by Bret Victor. It makes my brain ache with longing for a future where we break away from “pictures under glass.”
I had a blast presenting my talk UX Leadership Lessons: The Hard Way to IxDA Cincinnati last night at Fusion Alliance. I really appreciate Cris Cravens inviting me to present, and Fusion Alliance for hosting the event and feeding us. I know some of the points from my presentation went out on Twitter, but here … Read More
Design is not art, since art exists as an answer to a question posed by an individual artist while design exists as an answer to a question posed by the marketplace. Design must have an audience to come into being … Design needs an economy to exist, while art does not.
My Prefrontal Monday is off to a buzzing start thanks to this stunning episode of the HBR Ideacast – Why We’re All in Sales. Daniel Pink, author of To Sell Is Human, talks about how sales has an image problem and reframes sales as a fundamentally human activity. I particularly benefited from Pink’s discussion of Martin … Read More