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Let’s face it–2020 was a horrible year for everyone for a variety of reasons. And it was no different for me. One of the things I’m trying to do as I reflect back is understand how lucky I was in … Continue reading
As 2020 winds down, there are still a few more virtual conferences that are scheduled, and among them is the very popular LavaCon. I have attended them in Portland, and it was my introduction to the tech comm conference scene, … Continue reading
After over a decade of pushing to make our product experiences simple, straightforward and human, our Facebook Product Content Strategy… Source: Why We’re Moving From Content Strategy to Content Design This is interesting, and might help those of us who … Continue reading
Solving one issue can clear up so many of the problems user experience practitioners have on the job. Source: How to Prevent UX Workers From Quitting If you’ve ever worked in UX or CX or content strategy, this is an … Continue reading
Ooh…she’s going into controversial territory here… (Well, yeah, I am. What’s new?) I’ve heard some people say that the COVID-19 pandemic and world events really has them looking at life very differently now on a number of levels. One of … Continue reading
There’s a new job in town. Google’s looking. Amazon’s looking. Dropbox, Paypal…many of the big players in tech are now looking for User Experience Writers. This week, Kristina Bjoran explains how writing-focused user experience designers will be a critical part … Continue reading
While going through my LinkedIn thread today, I found this article, and discovered that it succinctly tells what’s needed for an effective and positive experience in having a remote workplace: How Can a Company That is Largely Remote Be a … Continue reading
Today, I was reading Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook post about remote work, and how Facebook is realizing that a lot of people like remote work. Surprise, surprise! They acknowledge there’s some down-sides to working remote in some cases, but they want … Continue reading
As I write this, we’ve been under shelter-in-place for almost nine weeks where I live. Where I live, we are very much near the heart of where the worst outbreaks are in the United States. With the exception of leaving … Continue reading