It has been another lovely week in the Logic Dept. offices! And can you believe the colors we’re seeing out of our office window?! We recently welcomed Suzanne Pettypiece as a new officemate and are so glad to have her brilliance in our midst.
And in links, we have…
- Way back in 2009, Jakob Nielsen listed the Top 10 Information Architecture mistakes – they hold true to this day! You know where to find us if you don’t have the heart to tackle them alone 🙂
- You know we have our eye on all things inclusion. This week, we stumbled upon this awesome roundup of inclusive style guides that we recommend everyone read and bookmark!
- “On the other hand, if you break a project into tiny parts, you can find exactly the right person or process for that part, and often, they can be done simultaneously.” As usual, it feels like Seth Godin really gets it.
- As Clair said, “Never in my life did I think the ‘invention’ of modern frozen food could be this interesting!” There are so many people we owe so much to and have never heard of. Also, I would like to name my next pet Clarence Birdseye.
- These images of broken chairs in academia are both sad and funny at the same time. It makes me wish I had taken pictures of every chair at the college library I worked at!
- And for our weekly animal content (which we have a hard time pairing down) this adorable kitten meet-cute.
- Podcast: I have been obsessed with Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend this week. It’s the lighthearted, totally non-sensical content we all need in this weird time. I especially recommend the episode with Bill Hader, which is just pure ridiculousness and fun.