User Experience Architect and Designer living in Houston Texas.
My primary area of interest. I am always trying to empower people to better more fulfilling lives through not just easy to use, but pleasant software.
Despite being a certified SCRUM Master. I am interested in Agile, LeanUX, Kaizen, Design Thinking… or whatever the current label du jour is for delivering quality results quickly and efficiently.
I am always looking at ways of increasing my own personal productivity. Whether that’s through bullet journals, or my current self-created daily journal in the GoodNotes app.
While not exactly an “official” discipline. I am fascinated by the questions that are starting to arise around Machine Learning/ AI ethics. Making our lives better, shouldn’t come at the cost of our souls.
Welcome back to those of you that have been waiting with breathless anticipation for part 2. Also note, I am aware that number is quite probably null considering my mother doesn’t read this.
A bit of a warning. When I started writing this post I had no intention of doing a 2 part post. It was supposed to be a quick introduction to a session I will be presenting at SharePoint TechFest.
In the days of old sailors were warned ‘there be dragons’ on their maps to signify dangerous areas. Just about every culture has had it’s own form of dragons.