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This week I had the opportunity to watch Hannah Gadsby’s show Nanette on Netflix. I can’t recommend it enough. Her messages are incredibly timely with LGBTQ Ally Week just around the corner. And – in the US at least – her show also mirrors the discourse in the popular press about protecting white male privilege and reputations without regard for the lives of young women.
In 2006, I was interviewed by Spencer Ante at BusinessWeek for an article they called The Science of Desire. The article focused on the ways ethnographic research was being used to shape an understanding of customers. I was quoted in one of the sidebars (top left box in the image below). At the time, I […]
So, my partner is a huge fan of apps related to weather – so much so that she has an entire folder dedicated to them on her iPhone. But even with half a dozen apps, it’s hard to imagine how she could have 75 notifications: When we looked more closely, we realized that the Weather […]
I know so many people were influenced by Don Norman’s book The Psychology of Everyday Things. Although I didn’t read it when it was first published, I consumed it voraciously once I got my hands on it, and it has informed my thinking ever since. I think if you are a UX practitioner and you’ve read […]