This should be the core knowledge for every UX designer and the core demand for any UX client.
Today, UX needs to help us regain the humanity that made our lives richer, before we got stuck on tech.
"Moderna’s mRNA-1273, which reported a 94.5 percent efficacy rate on November 16, had been designed by January 13. This was just two days after the genetic sequence had been made public in an act of scientific and humanitarian generosity that resulted in China’s Yong-Zhen Zhang’s being temporarily forced out of his lab. In Massachusetts, the Moderna vaccine design took all of one weekend.
You spend time composing your emails. Why on earth would you let your efforts go in vain? It’s rather dark inside those spam boxes.
This is a truly great article by Rand Fishkin, on how dirty send-me-your-money tactics by Google have already started to undermine the title of the best search engine out there. It’s not a strict relevance game nowadays.
Key points you should keep as mental notes when deciding on the best strategy in order to get found:
#Multitasking is not a skill. It's just a proven strategy for you to complete nothing and a great way to prevent you from staying focused on your current job. By the way, women seem to suffer a lot more from the curse of multitasking.
Here is some heavy mythbusting on the Male Power narrative.
A great interview with Warren Farrell with so many great wordings!