It’s been a busy week in the Logic Dept. office! We completed a great workshop (pictured above) with a wonderful client on Tuesday and are still riding that high 🙂 But, don’t worry, we still got a gaggle of links together for you…
- Yes, it is time for ‘they’! Absolutely!
- How incredible are these panoramic paintings of US National Parks by Heinrich C. Berann? We just <3 national parks!
- We all signed up to get our NYC voting guides delivered virtually from now on – greatly cutting down on wasted paper. We appreciate the NYC Campaign Finance Board and Dept. of Sanitation for making it happen.
- The argument about design exercises as part of interviews reared its head on Twitter today. We have to say: we are strong anti-exercise interviewees here and agree with this post from Peter Merholz.
- Nielsen Norman Group is always coming through with their awesome reminders/summaries about mapping definitions.
- Two perfect things together in one box: wine and Cheez-It!
- From the archive: I get a lot of questions about networking from people entering the field, and #1 is definitely, “How do I talk to new people without being awkward?” My main tip is to come with prepared questions for people that *aren’t* about work, and this is a great list to choose from! (from November 2014)
- Podcast recommendation: The latest episode of 99% Invisible about women being left out of research and data is both angering and so enlightening. Definitely give it a listen.