Everything both causes and prevents cancer: http://t.co/7QACMo24h5 http://t.co/z5x1aAvU3l
Oldie, but a goodie: Ben Schneiderman calls out our work on healthcare visualization. http://t.co/8hiaBHim2E
— John Payne (@jeanphony) May 30, 2015
Google Maps Is Racist.The Internet Is Racist http://t.co/9iMJgREDeb Nice @lnakamur Google doesn’t show us the world but what we want to see.
— ken anderson (@kxande2) May 29, 2015
Material Design gets a rethink: http://t.co/mVLZsrBm5r
On geolocation #data, defaults, and #privacy: https://t.co/oH2sfhyYpv by @arankhanna #ethics #software #app #business #tech h/t @elie
— Internet Ethics (@IEthics) May 27, 2015
I wrote an article for Anthropology News about working as an anthropologist in business and design http://t.co/5hrpT7q4yp @news4anthros
— amy santee (@amysantee) May 27, 2015
Regardless of how user research is done, the final goal is to make a personal connection with users and remain informed and inspired by them.
The Mystery of the Power Bank Phone Taking Over Accra (hint: it's not about the "smart") https://t.co/INsYs9dHPX
— John Payne (@jeanphony) May 25, 2015
The Mystery of the Power Bank Phone Taking Over Accra https://t.co/lneakkhi6m [via @jeanphony] http://t.co/jHLUoZF74Q
This is super. fucking. clever. (Click on one of the numbers.) https://t.co/N94rDZpfcb