Jazz as a Model for Teamwork

Great team collaboration is the secret sauce of successful companies. At its core, collaboration comes from the culture of your company and the dynamics of your team. This entertaining session demonstrates how the dynamics of jazz improvisation serve as a model for better teamwork.

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Jazz as a Model for Teamwork

Great team collaboration is the secret sauce of successful companies. At its core, collaboration comes from the culture of your company and the dynamics of your team. This entertaining session demonstrates how the dynamics of jazz improvisation serve as a model for better teamwork.

Resources for Mapping the Experience with Alignment Diagrams

The activity of mapping experiences takes many forms and has many facets and approaches. This post summarizes some of the top resources on a variety of related techniques, all of which I put under the umbrella term “alignment diagrams.” These resources are used in my workshops on the topic as well as found in my book, Mapping Experiences.

Resources for Mapping the Experience with Alignment Diagrams

The activity of mapping experiences takes many forms and has many facets and approaches. This post summarizes some of the top resources on a variety of related techniques, all of which I put under the umbrella term “alignment diagrams.” These resources are used in my workshops on the topic as well as found in my book, Mapping Experiences.

Resources on Faceted Navigation Design

These days it’s expected to be able to narrow search results with filters, e.g., on the left side of the results page. Called faceted navigation, this is a way to improve overall findability of information, particularly on sites with large

Resources on Faceted Navigation Design

These days it’s expected to be able to narrow search results with filters, e.g., on the left side of the results page. Called faceted navigation, this is a way to improve overall findability of information, particularly on sites with large

UX Strategy Blueprint

How do we consistently create UX strategy? Tough question. Part of the problem is in the fuzziness of the term “strategy” itself. Many people blur it with detailed planning. Others consider strategy to be in-depth investigation, such as market research

UX Strategy Blueprint

How do we consistently create UX strategy? Tough question. Part of the problem is in the fuzziness of the term “strategy” itself. Many people blur it with detailed planning. Others consider strategy to be in-depth investigation, such as market research

UX Debt: Borrowing From Your Users

In financial terms, “debt“ is money borrowed by one party from another. The borrower can spend money they currently don’t have with an obligation to pay it back later, usually with interest. So, the borrower is willing to trade off

UX Debt: Borrowing From Your Users

In financial terms, “debt“ is money borrowed by one party from another. The borrower can spend money they currently don’t have with an obligation to pay it back later, usually with interest. So, the borrower is willing to trade off

Resources on UX Strategy

Below is a list of resources I reference in my workshop on UX strategy. Because UX strategy must ultimately align with business strategy, understanding the business side of things is imperative. Consequently many items below represent some of my favorite

Resources on UX Strategy

Below is a list of resources I reference in my workshop on UX strategy. Because UX strategy must ultimately align with business strategy, understanding the business side of things is imperative. Consequently many items below represent some of my favorite

Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA

I just gave a talk for World IA Day at U Mich in lovely Ann Arbor entitled “Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA.” Below are the slides, followed by links to the resources I mentioned in the talk. (Apologies for comical looking fonts:

Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA

I just gave a talk for World IA Day at U Mich in lovely Ann Arbor entitled “Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA.” Below are the slides, followed by links to the resources I mentioned in the talk. (Apologies for comical looking fonts: