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Suggested Reading

Project Management, Design

I’m starting to get interested in project management. No, I don’t ever want to leave my role as an Interaction Designer, but the more invested I am in a design projected, the more value I see for excellent management. Here are a few links that stirred up my interest:

Climbing Mount Enterprise

By Ken Norton on Medium
What Google’s first enterprise product manager can teach us about product roadmaps

Measure twice, cut once

By Rick Klau on Medium
What you remove is as important as what you add


By Dan Edwards on Medium
200+ sites, apps & books that I recommend any designer should check out.

Longer reads

It might be an ironic thing to add to a list of links, but the following article is very valuable to the Philosophy of Tech that I’m just beginning to discover. It’s very much in line with this book I need to pick back up. Lastly, I found this updated perspective on Autism to be fascinating.

As We May Yet Think

By Andy Wilkinson on Medium
The amount of information we consume has exploded: but are we taking the time to digest it?

The boy whose brain could unlock autism

By Maia Szalavitz for Matter on Medium
Autism changed Henry Markram’s family. Now his Intense World theory could transform our understanding of the condition.
— Also as a free: ePubKindleAudiobook

Twitter Thursday

And now for a completely subjective selection of interesting tweets in the last week



This is a bit ironic, because it goes against my personal goal of writing and sharing more of my self and I’ve head such disdain for the overly recycled web lately. One fun thing about having my own website is that I have the option to not care at all – winkyface.

Either way, I hope you enjoyed the next 5 seconds of scrolling!

Make time

“Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.”
Life’s Little Instruction Book, compiled by H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Making Time for Side Projects

By Rachel Andrews on An A List Apart
Rachel Andrews shares some tactics for finding time to dedicate to additional projects, and the motivation to actually work on them.