In preparation for the upcoming Design In Tech
This page has moved over to here because of a problem I was having on getting the podcast on Spotify. Sorry for the inconvenience. —JM
- Don’t speak ill of others.
- Avoid passive aggressive behavior.
- Listen broadly, but don’t waffle on decisions.
- When in error — admit, apologize, move forward.
MVLP is a real mouthful when read out loud as “Minimum Viable Lovable Product” — and it’s awfully hard to remember a 4-letter acronym that doesn’t spell out a word.
Humans don’t have viable experiences without love, and humans can’t really love an experience that is prone to failure.Continue reading “Minimum Viable Lovable Product (MVLP)”
In a set of buildings that once comprised weapons factory in Saint-Étienne, France, the Design Biennale is being readied. I find it ironic, and fitting, that the site of where weapons of mass destruction were made, that it could also be a place to distribute weapons of mass understanding — a.k.a. “design.”Continue reading “Weapons of Mass Understanding for Computational Design”
A few months ago I did a Q&A with Diego Rodriguez on YouTube that is best consumed more as a podcast as it’s a bit loooooong. In the video I cover a variety of issues around design in the technology arena — especially with regards to product management and data science (my two passion areas).Continue reading “Diego Rodriquez: Q&A”