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Most post in this category are unfinished, imperfect, lack the polish a proper blog article should have, very often they have typos and even some time unfinished sentences.

So why even bother?

Well, because life isn’t perfect, and most imperfect.

But it is important to get going anyway.

It is important to persist.

I know as I keep doing it it helps me shape my thinking.

Mostly I avoid accumulating ideas in my head.

When I publish it out to the world, it is one thing less I have to deal with.

When I share a video from youtube here I also know I can always find it it the future.

I don’t need to worry or overthink things.

It is out there.

It is for everybody to see.

Sometime is not perfect.

But I am not perfect. I am work-in-progress myself.

I am just giving you a gimpse of what is going on and trying to share the useful bits that could help you too.

 

That’s it basically.

SEO isn’t hard

you need good content and good link.

That’s kind of all.

But when you cannot do any of these or you want to accelerate the process, might be worth thinking how you’re gonna optimise that process.

Finding good content on this is pretty hard.

This video however is really a neat finding.

So enjoy !

Given the over enthusiasm for programming

This is a pretty refreshing take.

Just try these steps

 

  1. occ ‘files:scan –all’
  2. occ ‘files:cleanup’
  3. if already solved stop where, if not proceed with step 4
  4. occ ‘maintenance:mode –on’
  5. sign in to your mysql db and run: “delete from oc_file_locks where 1;”
  6. occ ‘maintenance:mode –off’

Practice makes perfect.

Or at least, it does help improve your skills.

It does make you a better designer.

A better problem solver.

A better engineer.

A better maker.

Just better.

Here are some resources to up your game.

1. Designercize

Fancy designing a sortable list view for a habit-tracking app to help film snobs?

Or how about designin dashboard for a smart home watering system, to help social media managers?

or, a a settings view for a professional networking site designed for restaurant patrons?

Really, there are no limits to imagination and this very entertaining game interfaced design for a design learning website for designers – is real neat.

Go check the site

2. 100 days of product design

This is a challenge to take to improve your design skills – everyday with one new thing.

For instance on day 01: Design thinking – where you need to use design thinking to create something new : a new way to get to school, a time travel machine a personal jetpack that fits in a backpack. or on day 05: empathy maps, where you make an empathy map for a coffee shop.

Go check the site

Daily UX Challenge

If you like to take things day by day, here is the daily UX challenge – where get a daily email for 20 days  – to improve your UX skills.

 

Go check the site.

 

100 Examples of UX problems

Jon Crabb is a UX designer from London and he’s put together a great list of of UX problems to think about – which I think does largely broaden the scope of UX thinking.

Problems range from :

Find your way around a new city.
Fill small amounts of “bored” time in your day with something interesting.
Split a check at a restaurant.
Split a check at a restaurant between vegetarians and meat-eaters.
Split a check at a restaurant between drinkers and nondrinkers.

to recommend a funnel management flow to Google or design a new app for Go Pro.

Go check the site.

 

Content is critical.

Here are three talks where you can think about to think about the thinking that goes into writing how you think.

(I might have overdone that one…)

 

Anyway… here it is.

Content Strategy in a Zombie Apocalypse, Karen McGrane at USI

UX Content Strategy w/ Karen McGrane

How to Write Content for Web