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Notes: Better Product Definition Through Lean UX and Design Thinking
January 17, 2015 — By combining the principles and practices of design thinking and Lean UX, we can mitigate much of the risk inherent in building new products by framing our ideas as experiments and validating them as cross-functional teams.
Book Review: Creativity, Inc.
August 23, 2014 — 78 highlighted passages. I’m not the type of person to highlight books, but there were too many great thoughts in Creativity, Inc. that I wanted to remember.
Getting Past Blank: Fueling Up and Building Momentum
August 6, 2014 — Process can be a way of overcoming the inertia of the blank page and building momentum. While the concepts of inertia and momentum come from physics, I think they can just as easily be applied to ideas and creativity.
The Fuel and the Engine: Building a Process That Purrs
May 18, 2014 — Your process doesn't have to be a creative anchor, holding you back from creating your best work. With a little practice and planning, your process can be a finely-tuned engine fueled by your passion.
The Job Hunt: Checking Your Impact
April 25, 2014 — The job application process can be long and drawn out, taking weeks to months to make headway. While there’s little you can do to speed the process up, there are things you can do to keep informed and continue making a great impression.
The Job Hunt: Making a Great Impression
April 16, 2014 — Just like any other product process, your job hunt deliverables may vary from one “project” to the next. Here’s a crucial basic toolset that you’ll want to master.
The Job Hunt: Thinking of Yourself as a Product
April 10, 2014 — The job hunting process is a great chance to craft your most important product: yourself.