The hardest part is setting aside your own expectations of how things are supposed to work before you ask someone else what they would do using your design. I have never failed to find a fundamental flaw that required a design change in testing. The design looks great! But that doesn’t mean it works.
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August 5, 2010
My favorite professor at university, Mr. Hardin (who, one of the master’s student explained to me was actually a PhD, but preferred the more humble title), taught us to push our limits in our work. To aid this lesson, our assignments were to be painted on the largest canvas possible that could fit in our […]
April 20, 2010
… we really do get smarter as we grow older. And we can make ourselves smarter with, guess what…. excersize. OH, and having regular “discussions”. Disagreement makes us sharp, helps us clarify our thoughts.