Shamefully, I haven’t been doing one-to-ones with my front-end dev colleagues at Clearleft, but I’m planning to change that. This short list of starter questions from Lara will prove very useful indeed.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we had an x-ray that could peer into the true intention behind words on a screen? Sadly we don’t have that x-ray yet (for most of humanity’s existence, we had body language to enrich our words and enhance understanding, but we live in interesting times where so much, perhaps even the majority, of our communication lacks body language) and so we have to be mindful of how our words might be perceived, and what the ramifications of publishing them might be. That’s not to say we should hold off completely, but it does mean we should be mindful if we’re to be most effective.
‘Sfunny, I was just discussing this with Clare and Charlotte at work: how our office space (and culture) lends itself well to spontaneous exchanges of feedback and opinions.
The existential angst of unfeeling feedback.
Andy’s talk from the Smashing Conference in Freiburg.
A jQuery plug-in inspired by the interaction feedback on Huffduffer, which was in turn inspired by retro games.
A nice little extension to jQuery from Michael Heilemann for displaying unobtrusive feedback messages.
Search on Upcoming is borked. Here's my explanation why. I criticize because I care.
Talking with the youth of today about how they spend their time online.