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How To Write A Novel Using The Snowflake Method
This is actually a useful way of thinking about writing almost any kind of documentation; single line up to large document. Tools like Scrivener actually make some of the techniques described even easier than using a spreadsheet.
writing  methodology  creativity  tips  tutorial  productivity  snowflake 
august 2008 by infovore
How to be a UX Team Of One » SlideShare
Leah Buley's IA Summit talk. Lots to take away from - a bit of a kick up the arse for me in regard to my failings as a designer. Ah well.
design  ux  methodology  interaction  interactiondesign  experiencedesign  userexperience  brainstorming  wireframe  product 
may 2008 by infovore
They Write the Right Stuff
"Software is everything. It also sucks." Fascinating article on remedying that idea, about the team that writes software for the Space Shuttle. It's practically the polar opposite of web development. Some bits of that are probably good; some are perhaps n
development  programming  software  article  spaceshuttle  practice  methodology  management  business 
november 2007 by infovore » What’s in a Story?
A great Dan North entry on stories and BDD.
bdd  agile  testing  story  tdd  methodology 
september 2007 by infovore
Introduction to Abject-Oriented Programming — Typical Programmer
"The number of lines of code in the application is a common measure of the importance of the application, and the number of lines a programmer can produce in a day, week, or month is a useful metric for project planning and resource allocation."
programming  development  practice  methodology  humour  funny 
july 2007 by infovore » Blog Archive » Asshole driven development
"Any team where the biggest jerk makes all the big decisions is asshole driven development." This, and many more gems, can be found in this Scott Berkun blogpost.
development  practice  methodology  management  software  programming  humour 
july 2007 by infovore
Clash of the Titans: Agile and UCD :: UXmatters
Resolving the conflicts between UCD and Agile processes. It's not necessarily as hard as it might seem...
agile  ucd  xp  development  process  usability  ux  methodology 
december 2006 by infovore
PowerPoint Presentation - Putting the Fun in Functional
Amy Jo Kim's awesome talk from Etech. It's not just about applying game design to mobile services - it's about applying game design to everything you build for the web. It raised a lot of good points, and crystallised a lot of others. Worth a look.
games  application  design  services  ludic  methodology  presentation  etech 
march 2006 by infovore

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