How to explain an idea: a mega postmarkpollard.net/how-to-explain-an-idea/
What's an idea? What sorts of ideas are there? And how to explain them once you have them?
Your product is a joke - The Paperclip by eesel.appeesel.app/blog/your-product-is-a-joke
eesel automatically brings together all your work in one place. Google docs, Figma designs, Salesforce opportunities, LinkedIn profiles, Intercom conversations and even custom tools your company built - if it has a URL, eesel can save it.
A Case Against the Peeping Tom Theory of Privacy | WIREDwired.com/story/against-peeping-tom-theory-of-privacy/
Yes, it's creepy when companies can track your every move. But that's not the only problem.
Learn X by doing Y - A project-based learning search engineaquadzn.github.io/learn-x-by-doing-y/
Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.
UX Frameworks – Make sense of mess and get that spark, faster.uxframeworks.design/
A resource to find and share frameworks for design research, synthesis, and ideation.
A Short Guide to Writing Software Requirements — PJ Srivastavapjsrivastava.com/a-short-guide-to-writing-software-requirements/
A primer on writing requirements for software applications, including an overview of how to write user stories.
Be Kind, Design – Nat Dudley – Mediummedium.com/@natdudley/be-kind-design-d28324b7c348
When you walk down the traffic-clogged streets of New York City, often considered to be one of the most liveable cities in the world, you might notice something about the cyclists. About 80% of them…
Book recommendations without the coverrecommendmeabook.com/
Find great books to read without judging the cover. Read first pages of novels without bias, and reveal the author and title if you're hooked.
“A graveyard of both good and bad ideas”