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Levels of LXD Design

I stumbled across the Elements of UX diagram again, and happened to wonder if it would map to LXD. Here’s my stab: And the text, […]

Performance Support and Bad Design

Here’s a story about where performance support would’ve made a task much easier. And, as always, the text. The other day, I had a classic […]

Book hiccups

As much as writing books is something I do (and I’m immodestly proud of the outcomes), they don’t always come out the way I expect. […]

How I write

I’d queued up this topic for a post, and then a conversation with a friend and colleague moved it to the front. We were talking […]

A bad question

On Twitter today was a question from an organization that, frankly, puzzled me. Further, I think it’s important to understand why this was a bad question. […]

Animation thoughts

Sparked by a conversation, I generate some animation thoughts. And, as always, a transcript. In a conversation the other day, my colleague mentioned how she […]

ID Support Thyself

Want to dig a bit deeper into improving design processes. Here, I look at tools, asking IDs to ‘support thyself’. As usual, the transcript: One of […]

When do you team?

Ideally, we’d have teams doing all our design and development. There are benefits to working together, not just for the innovation and creativity, but also […]

Reflowable text thinking

Ok, I know I just talked about this, but something happened to sharpen my understanding. Recently, a colleague was advocating, for a product she’s responsible […]

If not the myths person, then…?

There’s a potential belief that I’m the ‘myths‘ person, and I’ve both principled and practical reasons to try to counter that. Here’s my thinking. And, […]

Make it Meaningful: Hook

I believe that in addition to learning science, the other key element of Learning Experience Design is engagement. More than the trivial tarting-up, however, trying […]

Make it Meaningful: Tips ‘n’ Tricks

This is the second of four posts where I’m talking about the next step beyond trivial engagement. Here I talk about some tips ‘n’ tricks […]

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