They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That’s because a picture says something. What is says, by whom, or to whom, is not the point, and can’t be, because the picture is not
Gamification of the workplace. I would really like to know how it’s working out for those who have tried it. The claims are substantial: “the highest use of games will be to redesign work so
By all accounts, there’s a big data revolution on its way, and soon. New, distributed, and increasingly real time database and data warehousing solutions have made big data storage and querying more viable. Data collection,
Lean UX is meant to be the user experience design approach best suited to the lean startup. Lean startups are meant to be the best business approach suited to the startup industry. And agile development,
Social interaction design is not just and strictly “design.” There’s no designing social, insofar as designed social interactions and experiences would be nothing shy of the nefarious and misguided efforts of past European social engineers.
In the midst of a running conversation with a couple colleagues about a stress-tracking device, and tracking, I thought I would open up the topic a little. Trackers and tracking are a commonplace among social