Friday Digest #17 [UX, Chaos, Complexity] | Targetprocess - Visual management software

9 years ago

Friday Digest #17 [UX, Chaos, Complexity]


Touch interfaces are a logical replacement of point-and-click devices like mouse. Here is a great concept: Reinvent desktop human-computer interaction. I really like it, since it is quite easy to build and learn. It looks like an advanced touch-pad and some gestures are already implemented in MacBook. Also it utilizes Zooming user interface ideas, which is cool. Hope we will have something similar in laptops really soon!


Outstanding and very interesting BBC movie The Secret Life of Chaos. It shows unexpected relations in nature and chaos theory and explains some fundamental principles of the complexity science like Butterfly Effect, Feedback, Simple Rules. I promise you will enjoy it 🙂


Decent article about changes Understanding How To Respond To Change. "Isn't it odd that so many companies fight change instead of embracing it?". I especially like this phrase "The good thing is, that the people who change, are the people who wins. The problem with change is trying to make it stop, or trying to catch up to it."


Thought provoking posts by Rafe Furst. Here are some nice quotes:
1. Certain actions generate more future possibilities than others. In my experience, those actions tend to be the cooperative ones, ones that produce network effects: financial, social and otherwise.
2. By surrounding yourself with people who have the same vision as you do and want similar things as you do means that you will all have help in getting there.
3. When you are successful at something, others notice and their reactions to that noticing will make it easier for you to succeed in the future

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