“Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast” is a common mantra in marksmanship. The kernel of wisdom being: Don’t rush, make your actions count, and you’ll come out ahead. It’s inspired the mantra that I apply to product design: Slow → Smooth → Fast → Effective
Keeping Summer Hours hones prioritization skills and breathes fresh energy into our work. I think it’s a practice more businesses should adopt, and here’s why.
I find that when I employ a multipurpose mindset, I end up learning new skills, being healthier, less stressed, and save money. I am able to do more with less - a promise that multitasking never delivered on.
Applying constraints is a key part of product design, and the Light Phone certainly does that.
Thoughts on the Double Diamond and The Best Interface Is No Interface.
For me, when thinking about how we design collaboration tools, it’s been helpful to frame my thinking around this weird sounding topic: The Continuum of Collaboration Fidelity™