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codyb Feb 19
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ᴛɪᴍᴏɴɪ ᴡᴇsᴛ Feb 19
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If you’d like to ascribe this wonderful sentiment to the authors, here they are.
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༒ ɐɥɔǝʇɐɯ ʍǝɹpuɐ ༒ Feb 19
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I recently tweeted something similar :)
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Michelle Morrison Feb 19
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Use of 'salesman' makes more sense when you see the publishing dates. Ha!
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Matt Rowens Feb 19
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The Tog! Love his best practices guide
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iconwerk Feb 20
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Leyth Feb 20
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So they used to know about ethics huh?
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Trey Piepmeier Feb 20
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What's the source? Where can I read the whole thing?
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Kenny Isidoro Feb 20
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Relevant then, relevant today. Our fears and anxieties are still prevalent, albeit with different technologies... AI, autonomous vehicles, security, etc. Psychological needs should always come first if we expect people to adapt.
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Manuel Razzari Feb 20
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🤙 Def reads like "On Interface"!
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Matthew: a Tragedy in Three Parts Feb 20
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I was guessing it was Tog in large part. His “Tog on Interface” book really cemented those ideas in my mind. Great stuff.
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ᴛɪᴍᴏɴɪ ᴡᴇsᴛ Feb 20
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Yep—part of why I wanted to put the authorship title there. He is not celebrated as much as he should be.
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ᴛɪᴍᴏɴɪ ᴡᴇsᴛ Feb 20
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If you liked this tweet, come hear LOTS MORE! at my GDC talk about the origins of computer hardware, software, and inputs, and how they've all historically affected each other to get to what we have today:
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R. Sosa Feb 20
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People not pointing out the obvious condescending tone in those recommendations is what puzzles me. Whenever developers think of users (if at all), they adopt a paternalistic stance that only shows their arrogance and ignorance
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Erin Pangilinan Feb 20
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Yes, I love this. i think far too many people have forgotten this, especially in AI.
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Erin Pangilinan Feb 20
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I say that bc I meet far too many AI engineers, ML experts who have no concept of design or human-centered thinking at all, and treat everyone and everything like a robot or that everyone has a PhD. Zero empathy. Seriously. Same goes for those workin in CV at AR VR.
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Siobhan Gibson Feb 20
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This sounds awesome, will it be recorded?
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Jason C. Howlin 👨🏼‍💻 Feb 20
I think it’s clear they care about the user here and want to help. Not condescending to me.
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Jon Tirol Feb 20
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This is gold! ✨ Thanks for sharing
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