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Love to see lists of podcasts in these forums. It's such a fun medium.
Any list about UX that doesn't have Jared Spool in it is probably incomplete. :)
I'd like to humbly recommend the shows on the Spec network. Design Details is probably the best for this category, but every show on the network, to some degree, deals with common issues in both UX and UI design.
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Just adding to the pile of comments by men here, and not trying to white knight or anything, but I really don't feel like the images are gratuitous at all on here. Granted I went in intentionally guarding against a sexism bias, but even still - it feels pretty much on par with a standard person-focused portfolio. I expected much much more based on the comments in this thread, and it just wasn't even close.
Thanks for posting Nick. :)
If anyone has questions or feedback, I'm always open to listen and respond!
So, while there's a bunch of good points in this article, the biggest point is missed.
Data isn't the problem. The way you misunderstand or misuse data is the problem.
"Don't be data driven" is terrible advice.
That's like telling a child not to walk because they're bad at walking.
Get better at making data-driven decisions. That's what this article really proposes and should conclude to.
Just because you don't have every piece of data doesn't mean the data you have is wrong. It means you, as a data-driven person, should recognize when the data you have is sufficient, or insufficient.
If you do much data analysis at all, you should have been presented with the simple concept of correlation and causation.
A good data scientist will never conclude causation. They will only conclude correlation. Data on its own is not misleading or meaningless - it is simply observation.
Take the observation for what it is. Don't throw it out simply because you don't have the means to see the whole picture.
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Man this is super buggy in Chrome.
And also, scroll performance up top is terrible.
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Personally, I really like this.
The animation is heavy, but I think it works well in this case.
There are a few optimizations for the animation that could make it a bit less render-heavy, but I'll be the first to do a positive comment on this one.
At first I thought that one archer was gonna be accidentally cruel
When will we all agree that this joke is really stupid and elitist?
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