Whose Space is it Anyway? What do you do right after you rent a new space? You move in! You bring your stuff and arrange it the way you want to. You do it for yourself mostly, but you also don't mind to show it off to friends and colleagues. Perhaps bond over a shared … Continue reading What do high-performance teams need from their virtual space (that they’re not getting from existing tools)?
The Challenge I believe that in order to create a better world for everyone we need to become better at working together and in order to unlock our collective potential we need radically better ways to learn. With that in mind the Learning Paths System is a new way to structure learning programs. Why is … Continue reading A new operating system for learning
Software apps often ask their users to confirm (potentially destructive) actions. The method most often used are dialog boxes with a message and yes/no buttons. Unfortunately this is often bad design because it: slows the user down and doesn’t guarantee safety (there are so many dialog boxes popping-up all the time that many users develop … Continue reading How to Design Highly-Usable Dialog Boxes
When explaining to laymen what a requirement is (or more importantly when telling a junior analyst what job is required of them) some people say: "Requirements specify the WHAT without going into the details of the HOW." I've always found this explanation more confusing then helpful. I mean is a statement like "The customer enters … Continue reading The old WHAT vs. HOW debate