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Stephen Anderson
Lifelong learner. Designer. Speaker. Fascinated by games, play & learning. And LEGO. I created & wrote the book Seductive Interaction Design.
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Stephen Anderson Apr 24
I wrote down some thoughts I have about dot-voting. Enjoy!
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Stephen Anderson Apr 23
Replying to @wcmille
Desire, yes!
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Stephen Anderson Apr 23
Replying to @demadera
Thanks!
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Stephen Anderson Apr 23
Hey Dallas friends, I’ll be giving my SXSW talk on the “Future of Design” tonight, in Plano. See you there?
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Stephen Anderson Apr 23
Replying to @stephenanderson
And… it's published:
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Stephen Anderson Apr 22
Wow. I just discovered the twitter account — so much good information being shared!!
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Systems Innovation Apr 19
Interesting work by Gaya Branderhorst "A network view on the SDGs"
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Stephen Anderson Apr 21
“How can you have faith if you have nothing to doubt?” (Can’t recall where I picked that quote up, but I love the sentiment. About a decade ago, I struggled with some serious doubts; I came out of that with more questions but also a solid, deep, unexplainable belief.)
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Stephen Anderson Apr 21
Christos anesti!
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Stephen Anderson Apr 20
I've been playing way too much Evolution on my iPad — great board game / digital port! So naturally, I just backed Oceans: a standalone game in the Evolution series on :-P
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Replying to @katerutter
Oh, agreed. My hope is to articulate problem spots and raise awareness— even if born out of frustrating circumstances, my intent is positive! :-P
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Replying to @katerutter
I think I’ve a growing frustration with good tools being poorly wielded, then discarded because they weren’t useful. Or, being subjected to good tools used poorly in a session. Endgame is to level up proper usage of the tool, and acknowledge what’s good as well as limitations.
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Replying to @katerutter
It’s not published yet. ;-)
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Replying to @katerutter
Oh, I’m feeling all guilty now...
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Replying to @stephenanderson
Okay, I'm working on it:
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Canvases, Maps, Models, Frameworks, Diagrams, Templates, Charts...
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
Where has your language landed?
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
When I started thinking about Objects placed on a Substrate, this revealed a few things: • With a Map, you place one or more 'like' Objects somewhere on a Substrate • With Canvases and (Concept) Models, the Substrate has uniquely defined regions filled by many 'unlike' Objects
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Stephen Anderson Apr 17
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Stephen Anderson Apr 16
Replying to @nathansmith
Source = me. (I couldn’t fit tweet into character limit! 😜) I don’t know that I want to tackle systems change — not directly. More interested in creating Organizational Learning (which can lead to systems change)
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