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I find it difficult to talk about well-designed products without also talking about the org/culture changes required for great design
Just figured out my biggest hangup with Lean/Agile: Reductionism. Assuming part(s) can always function independent of the whole.
“Education: the path from cocky ignorance to miserable uncertainty.”
So glad someone pulled this together:
see also my prezo from 2010: http://www.slideshare.net/stephenpa/design-principles-to-build-by …
Slides for my #ias14 talk "From Paths to Sandboxes" are now on @slideshare
…seriously, I wish I had been at #uxadvantage to hear @mrettig give this talk: http://www.slideshare.net/mrettig/culture-work-organizational-becoming-made-practical …
So much that is great in here!! +1000
...in other words, approaching ALL product development like building a salad bar, unaware that people really want a sandwich
I favor small teams where all roles contribute to research, design, and development. In varying degrees, for sure. But, all participate.
Designer, speaker & CXO at @bloomboard. I created @getmentalnotes & wrote the book Seductive Interaction Design. I’m also a bit of a maverick. And a foodie.
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