PLACEBOS. Facing a long plane trip with a nasty… | by Seth Godin | Mediumsethgodinwrites.medium.com/placebos-6f3bc4456eaa
“Excuse me, do you have any placebos? I have a really horrible cold… I’ll take the strongest one you’ve got.” “Hey Sylvia,” she yelled, “there’s a guy out here who wants some placebo, but he doesn’t…
Logical Fallacies - List of Logical Fallacies with Exampleslogicalfallacies.org/
A comprehensive list of logical fallacies, with definitions, explanations, and examples that are easy-to-understand.
Tools for Remote UX Workshopsnngroup.com/articles/tools-remote-ux-workshops/
The type of workshop will dictate which tools your team should use. Ultimately, with limited time and budget, your best bet is to use a tool your team already knows how to use.
Mental models for designers | Dropbox Designdropbox.design/article/mental-models-for-designers
Curious about product design at Dropbox? Here’s a look at tools we use for solving problems, making decisions, and communicating ideas.
Five Models for Making Sense of Complex Systems – Christina Wodtke – Mediummedium.com/@cwodtke/five-models-for-making-sense-of-complex-systems-134be897b6b3
In one of the classes I teach at CCA, students were confused by mental models, conceptual models, concept maps, etc. I ended up drawing a taxonomy for models on the whiteboard, and it may help…
Here's the CIA's "Phoenix Checklist" for thinking about problems / Boing Boingboingboing.net/2019/02/28/heres-the-cias-phoenix-c.html
The "Phoenix Checklist" is a set of questions developed by the CIA to define and think about a problem, and how to develop a solution. THE PROBLEM Why is it necessary to solve the problem? What benefits will you receive by solving the problem? What is the unknown? What is it you don’t yet understand?…