Category Archives: Reading

Recommended Reading: Thirty Percent Feedback

42Floors in an interesting take on the difference between wanting approval and wanting feedback, and the idea of thirty percent feedback.

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Recommended Reading: The Anti Agile Manifesto

The Anti Agile Manifesto.

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Recommended Reading: English in Writing

The Washington Post has a fresh list of clichés, a good opportunity to remind yourself of some other lists over at the Economist Style Guide and BBC News. Having a bit more fun, David Marsh at the Guardian reviews the BuzzFeed style guide, … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: the Psychology of Digital Content

Originally posted on Writing For Digital:
(Editor’s Note: This is the blog post I gifted as a secret santa blog. I have republished it here, with a few small embelishments.) I had the great fortune to attend the Cognitive Colloquium…

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Recommended Reading: Finding Common Ground and UX Philosophy

Teresa Torres has an interesting article about finding common ground with engineers during feature discussions. Nice tips for the next meeting. And over at Feld, a discussion of UX and ownership. If you’re a tester, you’ve run into this difficulty … Continue reading

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