6 best practices for giving a product critique http://t.co/X4HnGwWSa3 Excerpt from @adamconnor & @aaroni http://t.co/YNsVCMuxlV
The entire French legal code dating back to Napoleon is now on GitHub http://t.co/lmOEVOKa2L http://t.co/vHUnzBEfuf
The #Icelandic #Pirate Party is the biggest party in #Iceland according to survey: http://t.co/UKqjG1Rewu @PiratePartyIS @birgittaj
I wish I was a fly-on-the-wall when the design team discussed this and thought it was a good idea. http://t.co/KFnCfqdTvy via @W_Goddard
The bus has an image problem. This Danish company has a solution. http://t.co/gf9RV4A2Ya http://t.co/Cpa4kj0YCr
Twitter CEO: "We suck at dealing with abuse" http://t.co/B6QBOxxy0Z http://t.co/pE6vdDJvzc
Amen: "Making Users Successful is Not a One (Wo)man Show" w/@maggadora of @MadPow at #WebVisions PDX: http://t.co/GHaltmAjMf
"Eighty-eight percent of American women do not get paid for a single day or a single hour after they give birth." http://t.co/eOjcMEoqef
He defines the success of Maps not in how it looks, however, but in how quickly you’re able to stick your phone back into your pocket.
"the different teams are creating apps that hang together as recognizable ‘Googley’ apps simply by talking to each other, not by following strict design rules."
"the teams are independent, but there is an increasing amount of communication, camaraderie, and collaboration." Without Page’s complete organizational restructure that focused the company around seven key product divisions, some of Google’s moonshots and vibrant design concepts may never have taken off. Without the decision to create a core team of designers who would work together across product teams to keep the vision consistent, it would have all reverted to an incoherent mess
"Setting the Foundation for Meaningful Critiques: Goals, Principles, Personas and Scenarios"