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Interaction Design History

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  1. IxD History Timeline

    Timeline of major events across a variety of domains, including interaction design, printing, and games.

    By Erin Malone,

  2. Interaction Design History in a Teeny Little Nutshell

    An overview of the history of interaction design, and what set me off on the path of doing more research.

    By Marc Rettig,

  3. A Brief History of Human Computer Interaction Technology

    This article summarizes the historical development of major advances in human-computer interaction technology, emphasizing the pivotal role of university research in the advancement of the field.

    By Brad A. Myers,

Personal Growth

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  1. The Minimum Viable Lifestyle

    The Minimum Viable Lifestyle won’t make you happier, more successful, thinner, or richer. It has a marginal chance of preventing your early and untimely death, which is really the minimum standard I think we should all strive for.

    By Karen McGrane,

  2. Integrity comes at a price

    Integrity comes at a price. And it's worth it.

    By Karen McGrane,

  3. Listening to shame

    Shame is an unspoken epidemic, the secret behind many forms of broken behavior. Brené Brown, whose earlier talk on vulnerability became a viral hit, explores what can happen when people confront their shame head-on.

    By Brené Brown,

Useful Stats

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  1. Cell Internet Use 2012

    17% of cell phone owners do most of their online browsing on their phone, rather than a computer or other device.

    By Aaron Smith,

  2. Brands Struggle in Mobile

    Only 16% of brands have a mobile strategy, so it’s no surprise that only 14% are happy with the results.

  3. Only 6% Of Top 100 Fortune 500 Companies Comply With Google’s Mobile Requirements

    44 of the Fortune 100 don’t have a mobile website AT ALL.

Lorem Ipsum

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  1. Death to Lorem Ipsum

    Luke argues that real content and data deliver more effective design. Can't argue with that.

    By Luke Wroblewski,

  2. Lorem Ipsum is Killing Your Designs

    By Kyle Fiedler,

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