Category Archives: Social practices

Social practices are the sticky habits of use and compelling experiences that emerge around social media. Practices may be common across tools and applications but usually have a specific cultural and thematic identity. Without practices, social tools are dead.

Designing Social for the Enterprise

I remember attending a local unconference for social startups several years ago. This was in the heady days when social was fresh and much had yet to be defined. Session after session plumbed the myriad possibilities of mining user-generated content … Continue reading

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Social design of the collaborative economy

Lots of interesting attention of late being paid to the collaborative economy. Collaborative economies are of course nothing new. Prior to the rise of capitalism and the organization of society around production and economic trade, most societies were collaborative economies. … Continue reading

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Gravity7 to Enterprise…UX and social in the workaday world

I’ve been working in the enterprise now for over a year. As a full throated and once- incorrigible independent, the experience has been fascinating. DeloitteDigital is an incredible group of talent, smarts, and opportunity. Its studio culture is strong and … Continue reading

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