weekist links: week ending march 30

A short roundup of good things we’ve read/watched/listened to in the last 7 days. Sometimes about UX, sometimes not. All things you can learn from.


Don’t go it alone: collaborative web design
 – great collaboration inspiration from the dudes at bearded.com

Why I don’t wireframe much

Redefining Hick’s Law – a new stab at Hick’s Law as we move into the responsive design age.

An introduction to Lean – good advice how to deliver in an agile development world.

Technology can push our crazy buttons, rewire brains – am i right?

Henry Miller, Asleep and Awake. A short documentary that takes place in the author’s bathroom. The pictures he has on the walls are “a gateway to his mind.” (via The Millions) (NSFW)

Stream Being Elmo on Netflix. A tremendous portrait of passion, vision, and dedication.

Radio producer Jay Allison discusses innovation in this talk. “It sharpens the mind to feel lost and then found.” Invitation: PRPD Benediction

“We err on the side of doing the maximum amount possible.” Alan Lomax’s Massive Archive Goes Online

30. March 2012 by Michael Seidel
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