Victor Loux Bookmarks

A feed of interesting articles and websites I have recently read. Please feel free to browse and send me suggestions of sites to look at — I’m curious about a lot of things!

Email-Newsletter Start-ups and The Future of Media - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/10/substack-revue-email-newsletter-startups-tinyletter/599557/
"writers—particularly female writers— said, O.K., I’m going to make an Internet on which my essays go out in pneumatic tubes to just who I want them to go to, and no one else.".

Ashley Bischoff: “1Up Your Writing with Plain Language”

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Ashley Bischoff presenting "1Up Your Writing with Plain Language" at Fronteers Conference 2017 in Amsterdam, on 5 October 2017 Writing reports and documentation…

Losers: Recovering Lost Property in Japan and the United States by Mark D. West :: SSRN

papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm
This Article examines the lost property regime of Japan, which has one of the most impressive reputations in the world for returning lost property to its rightf

The Obvious UI is Often the Best UI - Google Design - Medium

medium.com/google-design/the-obvious-ui-is-often-the-best-ui-7a25597d79fd
Voltaire said, “le sens commun est fort rare”—common sense is very rare. Perhaps to realize that a certain decision is common sense, one has to have enough life experience to know the right path to…

How to Analyze Qualitative Data from UX Research: Thematic Analysis

nngroup.com/articles/thematic-analysis/
Identifying the main themes in data from user studies — such as: interviews, focus groups, diary studies, and field studies — is often done through thematic analysis.