What Your Problem Is NOT…

 …Or how dodging misattribution could save your job and your sanity. To solve a problem efficiently – or solve it at all – it is necessary to correctly identify the problem. This sounds obvious. It also sounds much easier than it actually is. For starters, there...
The Affordance of Things

The Affordance of Things

That is not a typo. I’m not talking about the cost but the affordance, or what something in our environment allows us – or invites us – to do. A simple example would be a button on a device. The button invites us to push it or twist it, while a cord...