January 5, 2016 // As 2015 was winding down, I went back through all of the books I'd read during the year. Most were non-fiction, many related - at least tangentially - to my work. I don't usually read much, but I actually managed to get through quite a bit (for me) in 2015. These are the top 5 things I read over the year.
December 31, 2015 // As 2015 wraps up, I thought it would be nice to reflect back on the best things I read this year. I skim a lot of things every day online, but to actually sit down and read a longer article - that is a greater feat.
September 9, 2013 // Psychologist and author Sherry Turkle says: "My litmus test for considering any technology: does it serve our human purposes?" What these "human purposes" are is, of course, subjective and complicated.
How do you ensure that a product sprint ends well? We recently kicked off our latest sprint by facilitating a prospective review. Rather than wait until a project has failed, this design thinking-flavored activity was intended to give the team an opportunity to consider what might prevent us from finding sprint success and reaching our goals. Read more
We're always interested in learning more about how people publish, consume, and produce media. To expand our knowledge of the podcasting space, this spring we did some research on audio consumption. Yesterday I wrote about some of the results we got from a survey of podcast and audiobook listeners. Read more