"I don’t try to guess what a million people will like. It’s hard enough to know what I like."
John Huston, Screenwriter and Director
A wireframe is meant to communicate and test. You want to do the least amount of work required to fulfill those functions. Anything more is a waste of time and resources.
A simple product change might only require a whiteboard or paper sketch before implementation. A more radical or dev-intensive change might justify more concept, design and usability vetting.
"I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody."
In the past year, the number of women majoring in Computer Science has nearly doubled at Harvard, rising from 13% to 25% (still nowhere near the 37% of 1984). And — because Harvard is not actually the center of the universe — it’s nice to know that the trend has been spotted elsewhere. In the past three years, the number of female Computer Science majors at MIT has risen by 28%. And, at Carnegie Mellon, the portion of Computer Science majors who are women has moved from 1 in 5 in 2007 to 1 in 4 last year
"He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery."
"I think something else, something new — something that will require our kids not so much to find their next job as to invent their next job — is also influencing today’s job market more than people realize."
Creative Mornings, the monthly speaker series for creatives finally has arrived in Chicago. The next event is Friday, July 29, 2011 with Jason Fried, registrations will open Wednesday, July 20th.
The first Chicago event was in June, and featured Jim Coudal from Coudal Partners.
Here is his talk: