Category: Project Managment

Three Simple Rules For Interface Design: A Response

Be Like Water, My Friend When I began this post, I solely had the intention to give some props Seth Godin’s post, First, Do No Harm–Three Rules for Public Interfaces . However, it became somewhat of a therapy post for me to realize I need to release control and flow with the chaos of project development.  Seth’s […]

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Be The Solution: Smart Answers To A Design Problem

The User’s Goals Should Be Your Design Answers That new plugin is pretty cool, but no one is going to see it. That CSS3 animation you made is neat, but all your visitors are using IE7. That’s a great responsive design, but you ate up production time with something no one is going to see. […]

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Better Project Management: Climbing Mount Task-More

We have all been there.  Your are assigned a task that you really don’t want to deal with and seems to big to tackle.  So you do what many people do, you procrastinate. Laura Vanderkam wrote a great article on on 5 Ways to Stop Procrastinating.  Here is her advice: Do a “home inspection” […]

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Better Project Management: Motivate Out of Apathy

“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” – Zig Ziglar. A Project Manager can be likened to the coach of a team.  His responsibility is to determine best strategies, train the players, build friendship and camaraderie, and direct the team plays learned in practice […]

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Better Project Management: Document Collaboration

Something as collaborating on a simple document or spreadsheet is commonly overlooked by many would-be project managers. This simple tool, offered by many collaborative services/tools/etc can help communication project wide and keep focus on the topic or document at hand without the distraction from other media or messages.  What are those distractions you ask?  Have […]

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