The lists, if you can call them that. Frighteningly disorganized musings portraying beautiful, unadulterated, discovered work.
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No, unfortunately this week’s issue isn’t a request for feature ideas from readers, although we do take pattern requests!
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A recurring theme of Long Pressed is optionality. At interesting time scales we introduce patterns that help teams discover and make trade offs…
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We recently elaborated on some of the challenges of Tribal Knowledge by the request of a reader.
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Let’s talk about kitchens.
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Written communication should be top of mind for any modern business continuing to adapt to the challenges of remote work.
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The use and definition of the words "Affordance" and "Signifier" can be a point of contention amongst software designers, product managers, and design…
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Data isn’t a proxy for our users as individuals. Correlation does not imply causation. Designing a product for the average person is designing a product…
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This week we’re happy to feature our first guest pattern on Long Pressed! Lukas Kawerau at Cortex Futura writes and teaches about Tools for Thought, a…
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Some people instinctively have a negative reaction to patterns which promote transparency.
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Imagine the sum of the world’s knowledge and insight as one big circle, the infinite space around it everything out there still left to discover.
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This week’s featured pattern is Objectives and Key Results. While simple, powerful, adaptable and motivating, OKRs can also be misunderstood and abused.
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