Designing for users with dyscalculia or low numeracy
Product design Eisenhower matrix
The TWS Guide to Creating Content
A systematic framework for technical documentation authoring.
Optimized for Change
What makes a great API?
The Cushion journal
The Cushion journal is an ongoing series to document the process of building and running an app on the web.
Meaningful Motion with Action-Driven Animation
The Case For Better Watch Typography
Watchmakers are master craftspeople. Why do so few invest in lettering?
What is the “right” problem to solve?
And where does customer demand come from?
An Anthropologist Walks into a Bar…
When “BeerCo” found its pub sales falling, market research and competitive analysis provided no help. So it sent out a team of social anthropologists to investigate.
Building Products at Slack
Behind the scenes with the team that launched Slack Huddles
Feeling Nervous? How Anxiety Can Fuel Better Communication
Kelly McGonigal shares how stress and anxiety can be used to enhance our communication.
Naval Ravikant | How to be Great at Anything - And what to Avoid
How do we get to be the best at any given domain? Naval Ravikant, Kapil Gupta and the renown psychiatrist Carl Jung (presented by Jordan Peterson) seems to agree in the driver behind greatness - A deep obsession into that domain, which results in forging a unique path that is far off from the prescribed "how to's" of that particular domain.
Bringing Dark Patterns to Light
The term “dark patterns” has been used to describe design practices that trick or manipulate users into making choices they would not otherwise have made and that may cause harm.
Applying Motivation Theory to Achieve Increased Response Rates, Respondent Satisfaction and Data Quality
Targeting respondents’ own motivation to participate in surveys is an alternative approach to achieving higher response rates. Self-Determination Theory provides a theoretical framework for how intrinsic motivation can be stimulated.