Month: September 2014
How About UX For The Employees?
“The Scream” by Edvard Munch, 1895 via Wikipedia A thing isn’t a thing until it’s got a fancy technology acronym. Preferably one with an X. And so the simple idea that users should own the experience has one: UX. Briefly, it’s the art and science (mostly science, they like to say) of optimizing the customer’s interaction with…
Management Lessons from Challah & Wine
Photo credit: Tim Sackton/Flickr The traditional Shabbos meal begins with wine and challah. Although they taste good, I never really understood why we bothered. * On the traditional deep purple wine, or grape juice often used in its stead. When you combine them with the also-traditional white tablecloth, get ready for someone to spill –…
The Power of "Good Shabbos" & Saying Hello To People Generally
So we’ve started to keep Shabbos more. I don’t drive, which is driving me a little bit crazy actually, don’t go to Starbucks or Barnes & Noble or shopping. I don’t do laundry. I feel unproductive on Shabbos, but paradoxically more at peace. The family is together. Although I still use the computer, too much…