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Writing database

How to use This is the database where all articles can be maintained. The template uses linked databases to create different views of this data across the site. It means you can manage content from one central place and have it automatically update on the article listing page and where ever else you choose to create a linked database. If you want to display articles in different groupings or categories as this template shows, you can do so by using tags and filters. Important The front-end styles for writing section of the site are dependent on having pretty URLs set in Super using the term ‘writing’. You’ll need to amend the code if you’d like to use another term such as ‘blog’. For the listing view set your pretty URL to /writing For each article set your pretty URL to /writing/name-of-your-article
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In many ways, the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little, yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and theirselves to our judgment. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read.
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The product team’s missing function
In a team of optimists trying to push things forward the researcher provides a necessary friction. Their indifference to the product keeps them questioning whether it needs to exist at all, long after the rest of the team have begun to believe their own stories.
Jan 12, 2019
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The Creative Cycle
I’ve noticed a pattern, it reveals itself through my mood and my energy, my self esteem and my ego, and my vigor or my listlessness. I refer to this pattern as the Creative Cycle.
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The conversational tendencies to avoid in user interviews
Our natural social behaviours can hinder a deeper understanding of users. But what are these conversational tendencies and how can we avoid them to conduct better user interviews?
Aug 15, 2019
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Why you should embrace remote research
Qualitative research is typically conducted in-person, in a lab environment. But for many qualitative studies remote research can be just as good, if not better, at generating the insights needed to help a team move forward in their work.
Mar 17, 2020
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