Paterno HBO movie: Director Barry Levinson interview | SI.com
Al Pacino plays Paterno, and Oscar winner Barry Levinson (The Natural; Rain Man) directs. SI spoke with Levinson on Friday.
paterno  si  hbo 
6 days ago
How to Rands – Rands in Repose
One of the working relationships we need to define is ours. The following is a user guide for me and how I work. It captures what you can expect out of the average week, how I like to work, my north star principles, and some of my, uh, nuance. My intent is to accelerate our working relationship with this document.1
13 days ago
The Lottery Hackers - The Huffington Post
Gaming the lottery seemed as good a retirement plan as any.
huffington-post  jason-fagone  lottery  gambling 
14 days ago
Madonna's 'Ray of Light': Rob Sheffield Looks Back - Rolling Stone
Happy birthday to Ray of Light, the masterwork that introduced the world to Cosmic Psychedelic Madonna, 20 years ago this week.
madonna  rolling-stone  rob-sheffield 
16 days ago
Replace Your To-Do List With Interstitial Journaling To Increase Productivity
A new journaling tactic that immediately kills procrastination and boosts creative insights.
productivity  journaling  medium 
16 days ago
Taking Your First Steps as a Director of UX – Quietstars – Medium
I’ve been having a lot more conversations in recent months with people who are new to leadership roles in UX.
They worry about transitioning to the role.
They worry about what their first steps should be.
They worry about how to handle taking over from somebody else (or, in some cases, how to be the first person with a UX leadership role).
ux  leadership  management  medium 
19 days ago
Team Leader Venn Diagram – Making Meetup – Medium
People are not perfect circles! So there’s a high probability that these example bullets don’t map to what any one individual team looks like. A friend of mine likes to say that people are potato shaped — we all have different bumps and divots, and it’s important to understand what your shape is, and how that works alongside the other humans representing these roles.
leadership  management  lara-hogan  medium 
22 days ago
Visualizing Prototyping – Prototypr
The “might”, “could”, “should” modes of prototyping
prototyping  medium 
22 days ago
The Vibes Theory of Organisational Design – The Tuning Fork – Medium
The bigger the group, the more rules they need. Can we do better than written agreements?
management  medium 
22 days ago
7 Practical Tips for Cheating at Design – Refactoring UI – Medium
Here are seven simple ideas you can use to improve your designs today.
ui  medium 
22 days ago
How I Became a 37-Year-Old Snowbird - The New York Times
After the death of a pet and the forced sale of her home, combined with a bad case of seasonal affective disorder, a writer heads south and keeps running.
23 days ago
The Hip-­Hop Legacy of Eric C. Conn - Kentucky for Kentucky
Our man in Eastern Kentucky offers commentary on the recent indictment of Eric C. Conn. Or, how a respected jazz guitarist wound up writing awful raps for the state’s most hated attorney.
24 days ago
Twelve Emerging Best practices for Adding UX Work to Agile Development - Jeff Patton & Associates
I’ve got lots if ideas on what I think best user experience practice should be like in agile development, and I’m not too shy about sharing them. (Just attend one my tutorials at a conference and you’ll see.) But, I have to admit that they’re my adapted approaches – approaches I adapted for use in my Agile context. They’re not necessarily patterns. Over time I’ve seen a number of common patterns emerge from various successful user experience people across a number of companies. These are UX people that have gone through Craig’s five stages of UX practitioner Agile adoption, and have come out the other end with successful practice, and a real appreciation for Agile development.
agile  ux  process 
24 days ago
Scrivener 3 for macOS Is More Flexible and Powerful Than Ever for Long-Form Writing – MacStories
Scrivener isn’t just for book writers, but the features that cater to them are what sets the app apart from other text editors. A Scrivener project is broken into pieces that include multiple text documents, research materials, and other elements. Fast, flexible navigation across multiple documents and bits of research is essential for big projects and is one of the areas where Scrivener excels. From the Binder in the left-hand sidebar, you can quickly navigate between documents in a project, create collections of documents across a project, and use Scrivener’s built-in search functionality to filter based on keyword searches.
scrivener  macstories 
24 days ago
The Sabermetric Movement’s Forgotten Foremother - The Ringer
You might not know Sherri Nichols’s name, but if you care about baseball, you’ve felt her influence on the game. Meet the woman whose precedent-setting work left a vital legacy in a field largely populated by men.
sabermetrics  the-ringer  baseball 
26 days ago
The Case for Impeaching Clarence Thomas
With new evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court, it’s time to talk seriously about impeachment.
clarence-thomas  supreme-court  nymag 
27 days ago
The President of Nowhere, USA - POLITICO Magazine
Pete Buttigieg could be the Democrats’ savior—if he can only find his way out of South Bend.
democratic-party  politico 
28 days ago
Containers Will Not Fix Your Broken Culture (and Other Hard Truths) - ACM Queue
We focus so often on technical anti-patterns, neglecting similar problems inside our social structures. Spoiler alert: the solutions to many difficulties that seem technical can be found by examining our interactions with others. Let's talk about five things you'll want to know when working with those pesky creatures known as humans.
culture  tech 
28 days ago
State College, PA - Penn State Football: Assessing the Rahne-McSorley Partnership
How will Ricky Rahne do as quarterback Trace McSorley's permanent play-caller and position coach?
ricky-rahne  trace-mcsorley  mike-poorman  penn-state 
28 days ago
How to combat bias in design consulting
Becoming conscious of biases is just the first step. The next is to ensure we don’t allow them to negatively impact the products we design or our experiences with teams.
bias  invision 
4 weeks ago
Inside the Smashing Pumpkins' Double-Platinum Soap Opera - Rolling Stone
Welcome to the Aragon Ballroom, in Chicago. The price of your ticket is helping to make the last year and a half in the life of Smashing Pumpkins all worth it. It's a bitterly cold Friday night, and the Pumpkins – rock's dysfunctional royal family and, more important, this fair city's best-selling alliance since Survivor released "Eye of the Tiger" – are holding court for a fawning congregation of 5,000 disciples currently being baptized in a steady drizzle of beer, spit and sweat. Take a good look. In just a few short hours, when all this is history, lead singer Billy Corgan will offer some weighty reflection.
smashing-pumpkins  billy-corgan  rolling-stone 
4 weeks ago
Animation principles in UI
Animation in the context of user interfaces is still a very new field. There are little to no resources to teach best practices for page transitions or show common patterns for loading screens. What we can do is develop a usable motion library by studying traditional animation principles and learning how to apply them to abstract shapes and patterns such as those we see in digital interfaces.
animation  motion-graphics  invision 
4 weeks ago
23 Facilitation Tips for Design Sprints – Sprint Stories
At its core, facilitation is simple. You’ve got to ask questions to get information out in the open, write that information down and ask more questions to make sure you’ve written it down properly, and you’ve got to mind the clock and move through the steps. When feeling overwhelmed, get back to the basics.
design-sprint  medium  facilitator 
4 weeks ago
Winded by Design Sprints – Anthony Catanese – Medium
The worst thing a product team can do is get stoked about a new sprint process, run five of them back to back with the same team, and burn them out in the process.
design-thinking  design-sprit  medium 
4 weeks ago
Inside Facebook's Hellish Two Years—and Mark Zuckerberg's Struggle to Fix it All | WIRED
How a confused, defensive social media giant steered itself into a disaster, and how Mark Zuckerberg is trying to fix it all.
facebook  wired  mark-zuckerberg 
4 weeks ago
Everything Easy is Hard Again – Frank Chimero
This talk was given on October 12, 2017 at Mirror Conf in Braga, Portugal, and again on February 9, 2018 at the Awwwards Conference in Berlin.
design  frank-chimero 
5 weeks ago
Why do fans riot after a win? The science behind Philadelphia’s Super Bowl chaos.
Why do fans care so intensely about their teams? What is going on in their brains after a win or loss? What circumstances make a riot more likely?
riot  medium  washington-post 
5 weeks ago
The House That Spied on Me
I installed internet-connected devices to serve me, but by making the otherwise inanimate objects of my home “smart” and giving them internet-connected “brains,” I was also giving them the ability to gather information about my home and the people in it. The company that sold me my internet-connected vacuum, for example, recently said that it collects a “rich map of the home” and plans to one day share it with Apple, Amazon, or Alphabet, the three companies that hope to dominate the smart home market. Once I made my home smart, what would it learn and whom would it tell?
iot  gizmodo 
5 weeks ago
Q&A: New York magazine’s David Marchese on viral Quincy Jones interview - Columbia Journalism Review
Marchese spoke with CJR about how he prepared for the conversation with Jones, his go-to interviewing techniques, and what didn’t make the published piece. The following conversation has been edited for length and clarity.
quincy-jones  cjr 
5 weeks ago
Interview with Anne Hjortshoj, Manager, UX Research and Strategy, Cisco Cloud Security - Managers Club
When people start to manage teams, it can be difficult to escape the feeling that you’re failing in some way, all the time, because—unlike working as an individual contributor—your work is never done. You will always be failing in some way. Learn to prioritize. Your job is to unblock and enable your people, and to listen closely for issues that you may have to manage indirectly. Also: get very comfortable with delegating!
leadership  management  ux  anne-hjortshoj 
5 weeks ago
Quincy Jones, In Conversation
The music legend on the secret Michael Jackson, his relationship with the Trumps, and the problem with modern pop.
quincy-jones  vulture 
5 weeks ago
Pattern 5: Improve usability of long forms - UI & Visual Design Patterns - Proximity School of Design
While clever designers and writers can simplify forms somewhat by cutting unimportant fields, in many cases long forms are essential and unavoidable. Here are some design patterns you can use to make long forms less intimidating and easier to complete.
forms  ux  proximity-school 
5 weeks ago
Work Less, Get More Done: Analytics For Maximizing Productivity | Kalzumeus Software
the notion that working longer hours is correlated to better business results is a pernicious social pathology.
productivity  patio11 
5 weeks ago
Identity Theft, Credit Reports, and You | Kalzumeus Software
you want to communicate with the bank in a manner which suggests that you’re an organized professional who is capable of escalating the matter if the bank does not handle it themselves. You do not yell. You do not bluster. You instead present as if you’re collecting a paper trail.
banks  customer-service  letter  patio11 
5 weeks ago
How An NFL Contract Negotiation Goes Down
It was fascinating to see how detailed these negotiations could get, how creative the contract structures could become, and how the most minute factoid could sway the course of the talks. I watched as one side neglected to present a counteroffer right away and thus had to work off their opponent’s numbers for much of the time. One session involved too much banter about stats, which left precious little time to bargain. The judges were often gentle and encouraging with their assessments, and almost always passed along some fine point of reference one of the sides missed that could have created some room for leverage.
nfl  salary  deadspin 
5 weeks ago
Design thinking origin story plus some of the people who made it all happen
Please consider this a first stop to your own journey into design thinking. I know there is a lot to take in here, but down the bottom there is a download link with a timeline that tracks the dependencies and developments of design thinking. Please, please, please get in touch with any omissions, additions, thoughts. If you start reading this and think “this is basic, I know this already” I challenge you to read the of work by Stephanie Di Russo I was recently introduced to.
design-thinking  medium 
5 weeks ago
Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble - The New York Times
Yes, it’s driven by greed — but the mania for cryptocurrency could wind up building something much more important than wealth.
bitcoin  cryptocurrency  nytimes 
6 weeks ago
Tackling the Internet’s Central Villain: The Advertising Business - The New York Times
if you want to fix much of what ails the internet right now, the ad business would be the perfect perp to handcuff and restrain — and perhaps even reform.
nytimes  advertising 
6 weeks ago
Empathy Mapping: The First Step in Design Thinking
Visualizing user attitudes and behaviors in an empathy map helps UX teams align on a deep understanding of end users. The mapping process also reveals any holes in existing user data.
empathy-map  design-thinking  ux  nielsen-norman-group 
6 weeks ago
“This Is Serious”: Facebook Begins Its Downward Spiral | Vanity Fair
Facebook was always famous for the sign that hung in its offices, written in big red type on a white background, that said “Move Fast and Break Things.” Every time I think about the company, I realize it has done just that—to itself.
vanity-fair  facebook 
7 weeks ago
Justin Timberlake, John Mayer, And The Western Rehab For White Masculinity
The Western motif of Justin Timberlake’s new album, Man of the Woods, is the image equivalent of a trip to a dude ranch: an accidental projection of his greatest vulnerabilities, and a desire to immerse himself in a mythical, masculine world that doesn’t ask hard questions.
buzzfeed  justin-timberlake 
7 weeks ago
Manager Energy Drain | Lara Hogan
The best gift you can give your direct reports is a messy, unscoped project with a bit of a safety net.
leadership  management  lara-hogan 
7 weeks ago
The 1987 NFL Players Strike Created The Modern NFL
McNair’s behind-closed-doors candor should come as no surprise. His “inmates” remark has a direct antecedent that dates to the ’87 strike. As the CBA talks broke down that year, a quote that to this day is widely attributed to Dallas Cowboys president Tex Schramm started making the rounds. “You guys are cattle and we’re the ranchers,” Schramm supposedly told NFLPA executive director Gene Upshaw during a late-stage bargaining session in September 1987. “And ranchers can always get more cattle.”
nil  deadpan  strike 
7 weeks ago
Three Ways to Hit Your Deadlines – Jeff Ammons – Medium
Every deadline is made up of three components: a date, a scope of work, and available resources. Often these pieces have varying degrees of flexibility baked into them. Knowing which of these three levers you can adjust will make your projects more successful and allow you to consistently satisfy the stakeholders you serve.
medium  deadline 
7 weeks ago
How to Run Your Own Annual Review – Better Humans
Forget Resolutions—Here’s Your Blueprint for Making Next Year a Smash Hit
medium  resolution  annual-review  life 
7 weeks ago
Joe Moorhead opens up on how he opened up Penn State's offense and why Ricky Rahne can make it work without Saquon Barkley | PennLive.com
This is segment 2 of a 3-parter on that interview, this one dealing with his time at Penn State, the players, the system and how he thinks his friend and replacement Ricky Rahne will adapt. We begin with quarterback Trace McSorley, one of the slickest read-option directors in the history of the offense and the executor of Moorhead’s vision of how the scheme could be run.
joe-moorhead  pennlive  david-jones 
7 weeks ago
Agile Contracting: Discovery, Fixed Budget, Variable Scope
Early client education is key. Convincing clients to go for a discovery workshop is the need and hence your sales team must have deep knowledge about agile too.
agile  discovery 
8 weeks ago
This Is What ‘Self-Care’ REALLY Means, Because It’s Not All Salt Baths And Chocolate Cake | Thought Catalog
If you find yourself having to regularly indulge in consumer self-care, it’s because you are disconnected from actual self-care, which has very little to do with “treating yourself” and a whole lot do with parenting yourself and making choices for your long-term wellness.
self-care  thought-catalog 
8 weeks ago
Terry Gross, In Conversation
The Fresh Air host on the art of the Q&A, the guest that most surprised her, and how she salvages a tanking interview.
terry-gross  fresh-air  vulture 
8 weeks ago
Dealing with surprising human emotions: desk moves | Lara Hogan
Learning about people’s core needs critically shifted my management style and approach, as I can now better-understand why someone is reacting in such a surprising way to a situation that I don’t perceive as threatening. One of the smartest people I know, Paloma Medina, developed a model to represent folks’ Core Needs: BICEPS1.

Here are humans’ core needs in the BICEPS model:

management  touring  biceps  lara-hogan 
8 weeks ago
How to Use Storytelling to Rock Your Portfolio Review
In your personal story as a design candidate, your central conflict is that these people don’t know you yet. Savvy designers will recognize this as an “opportunity area.” The portfolio review is a chance to establish your identity in your interviewer’s mind — who you are, and how you think.
portfolio  medium  i’d  storytelling 
9 weeks ago
Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful – Gabriel Weinberg – Medium
A mental model is just a concept you can use to help try to explain things. This post is my attempt to enumerate the mental models that are repeatedly useful to me. This set is clearly biased from my own experience and surely incomplete. I hope to continue to revise it as I remember and learn more.
mental-models  medium  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
How Designers Turn Into Design Leaders – User Interface 22 – Medium
Management and leadership are not the same thing. Management is about making the team effective at their jobs. Good managers ensure the team has everything they need to get their jobs done. They shield the team from the distractions that might come from others, while ensuring that each team member is given a chance to do their best work.
Management is essential for a design team to succeed. But it’s not design leadership.
management  leadership  @instapaper  medium  design-leadership 
9 weeks ago
Net Promoter Score Considered Harmful (and What UX Professionals Can Do About It)
It turns out, NPs is neither simple nor profound. It doesn’t help businesses grow. It doesn’t even tell the management how loyal the customer is.
nps  medium  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
The Way of Management – Rich Archbold – Medium
How do you teach people to be great managers? How do you teach people to teach other managers? One way I’m trying to do it is codify my experience and instincts into principles, values and tenets.
management  @instapaper  medium 
9 weeks ago
YouTube Has A Massive Child Exploitation Problem. How Humans Train Its Search AI Is Partly Why.
Contract workers who train YouTube’s search algorithms say the guidelines they use to evaluate content on the world’s biggest platform for internet videos are confusing and inadequate.
youtube  @instapaper  buzzfeed 
9 weeks ago
Design’s Fully-Baked Deliverables and Half-Baked Artifacts
The distinction between artifacts and deliverables is very important, yet something we never find ourselves discussing, just like the multiple states of cakes. If we create one when we think we’re creating the other, it will lead to confusion that wastes time and convolutes the team’s efforts. We need to understand how they work and what makes each one valuable.
@instapaper  artifacts  deliverables  design  process 
9 weeks ago
You don't know Yuriy - Technical.ly Philly
Yuriy Porytko wants to be known as a street-smart tech investor. Broken promises, missing money and a lingering lawsuit say otherwise. What do you do when your community's most eager guide might be its most troubled?
@instapaper  technically 
9 weeks ago
Design Ops — A New Discipline | Clearleft
Design Ops is essentially the practice of reducing operational inefficiencies in the design workflow through process and technological advancements. In short it’s about getting design improvements in the hands of your users as quickly and with as little friction as possible.
design-ops  @instapaper  clearleft 
9 weeks ago
Documenting Design Discovery — UX Articles by UIE
In doing design discovery, you and your team produce a shared pool of knowledge to drive your work. That knowledge informs design decisions, defines what “success” means, and forms the basis for your critiques. In building a shared pool of knowledge, you’re creating a common language to talk about the design of the project.
design-discovery  discovery  uie 
9 weeks ago
The Hunt for (More Than) Pinktober
Beyond pink ribbons: The most effective ways to support breast cancer awareness in October — and beyond.
holly-anderson  shondaland  breast-cancer  pinkwash  nfl  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Memento Product Mori: Of Ethics in Digital Product Design - Mind the Product
Why do many of us engage in building platforms that aim capture the users time (and money) in rather unhealthy ways – despite the fact that we clearly know and feel the pain of the increasing battle for attention that we are exposed to?
@video  ethics  mind-the-product 
9 weeks ago
Lee Corso’s Lasting Legacy Can Be Seen Each Week On ‘College GameDay’
For 30 years, the former Louisville, Indiana, and Northern Illinois head coach has followed a simple mantra on how the show should be broadcast. It’s something that third-year GameDay host Rece Davis claims Corso repeats almost every week, and according to Corso, he’s been saying it since the very beginning of his time behind the desk.

“It’s entertainment, sweetheart,” Corso will repeat to his colleagues and just about anyone else who asks about his approach to television. “College football is the vehicle.”
lee-corso  college-gameday  uproxx  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
The new UX - it’s all talk - EY-Seren
UX is changing. You may have noticed that UX designers are spending less and less time at their desks, doing UX. They’re spending their time talking to people, whether at other people's desks, in workshops or stood up in front of white boards—decorating it with post-it notes. But what are they doing? And when do they do their UX work?
ux  trash  ey  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Data organization in spreadsheets: The American Statistician: Vol 0, No ja
Spreadsheets are widely used software tools for data entry, storage, analysis, and visualization. Focusing on the data entry and storage aspects, this paper offers practical recommendations for organizing spreadsheet data to reduce errors and ease later analyses. The basic principles are: be consistent, write dates like YYYY-MM-DD, don't leave any cells empty, put just one thing in a cell, organize the data as a single rectangle (with subjects as rows and variables as columns, and with a single header row), create a data dictionary, don't include calculations in the raw data files, don't use font color or highlighting as data, choose good names for things, make backups, use data validation to avoid data entry errors, and save the data in plain text file.
9 weeks ago
Everybody Hates Jill - VICE
Jill Stein just wants to save the world. But no one will let her.
jill-stein  @instapaper  vice 
9 weeks ago
The Night The Block Burned Down: Philadelphia’s MOVE Bombing - by Steve Teare and Ryan Briggs
How the Philadelphia police leveled a whole block to take down an unlikely messiah figure.
MOVE  the-nib  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Agile Software Development: A History - The Atlantic
Agile’s acolytes seem to be everywhere, bringing with them a whole nerd lexicon of tools and tricks to make workplaces more efficient: Think daily stand-ups and sprints. Taken at face value, it may seem like another meaningless corporate buzzword used by project-management types. But it’s actually a very specific philosophy, one that is outlined in the four-bullet, 68-word document signed at Snowbird.
agile  @instapaper  the-atlantic 
9 weeks ago
Ignore The Bullshit: iPhones Are Not Destroying Teenagers
The same people who proclaimed a narcissism epidemic among millennials now say teens are being ruined by smartphones. They're wrong.
9 weeks ago
“How to Scope Work,” an article by Dan Mall
Good scoping is often a case of simple arithmetic; by the time you were 8 or 9 years old, you’ve had the skills to scope well. So why is it so difficult? You’re mostly fighting the psychology of it all.
estimation  scoping  dan-mall  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Busy to Death - Barry O'Reilly
We all love being busy. In fact, we celebrate and subtly enjoying telling our colleagues, collaborators, and competitors how “busy” we are. The question we don’t consider is this: What is the cost of all this busy-ness?
busy  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Colour management, part 2
Combining a value and a unit of measurement gives it more meaning, and removes ambiguity. Colour spaces are a bit more complex than units of length, but the analogy can be used to understand many aspects of colour management.
color  bjango  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Colour management, part 1
This article is intended to be an introduction to colour management for software designers and developers. If you understood the example above, then congratulations, you now understand the most important colour management concept — colour values alone are not enough to describe a colour. You need a colour value and a description of the space it exists in.
color  bjango  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Estonia, the Digital Republic | The New Yorker
Its government is virtual, borderless, blockchained, and secure. Has this tiny post-Soviet nation found the way of the future?
blockchain  estonia  new-yorker  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
A Tiny Vermont Town Is a Big Cradle of Olympians - The New York Times
The town’s outsize success in Olympic sports has much to do with the way it rears its children, helping them succeed without causing burnout or compromising their future happiness. The town’s Olympic pipeline, perhaps incongruously, is a product of a collective mind-set that the Olympics are not the pinnacle of an athlete’s life but merely a fun stop on the way to achieving other longer-lasting dreams.
olympics  nytimes  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Snapchat's app was a mess and this leak confirms it
People just weren't using many of the non-chat features.
snapchat  engadget 
9 weeks ago
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