Marie Kondo's "The life-changing magic of tidying up" makes me think about how our applications grow over time and how we can prevent feature hoarding.
Sneaky makes me wonder what you are doing with my information! This is an example of trying to be cute and helpful but actually causes me wonder if I made a poor choice to trust the application. Acquiring my photo is helpful and most sites do this after registration, but it isn't sneaky. Thank you [...]
Beginning research is an acknowledgement that we don't know. There are many things that we may not know, and we can try to articulate them by listing hypothesis as assumptions and then testing them with research. We are always better off knowing sooner because our ability to pivot is improved and our sunk cost will be lower.
I went to a happy hour with a friend at a local bar called Hops Scholar. I've been to the bar before, and I really like that they have a wide selection of beers (47 taps) and an easy-going atmosphere. They have a chalkboard which typically lists their beers, but this time they told us, [...]
My wife, Patricia, and I went to visit my parents for the weekend a while ago. My step dad drove us to breakfast in his Ford Fiesta. When we arrived, Patricia tried to get out, but realized that the door was somehow locked. Upon further investigation, there may be some interesting design safety considerations about [...]