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Why You Need To Slow Down To Speed Up

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On 15, Mar 2017 | No Comments | In Business, Everyday UX | By Sarah Doody

I’m back in NYC after spending some time out in Los Angeles. I got invited to go to a great business event and here’s the big lesson I took away from it …

Sometimes you need to slow down to speed up.

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Products I Wish Existed: Calendars & To-Do’s In One Happy Place

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As a user experience designer, it’s hard not to look at products through a design and experience lens. One key problem that I’ve identified has to do with calendars and to-do applications. I don’t understand why they can’t exist in the same spot. Keep Reading >

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How To Build Habits Into Your Products

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I’m really interested in something that I call Personal Metrics – the idea that we can change our behavior and habits through measuring our behavior. Personal tracking is becoming very popular as new technologies and industrial design give way to new methods and devices that can track aspects of our lives. Keep Reading >

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Increase productivity? Forget multi-tasking, try mono-tasking

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On 08, Jan 2013 | One Comment | In Life, Neuroscience, TED | By Sarah Doody

I’m sure you’ve experienced this many times, you’re in a meeting, someone is called on for input, and then they say “sorry, I was multitasking, can you repeat the question?”. Have you ever gone to the address bar of your browser and then drawn a blank of what URL you were going to type in? Keep Reading >

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The Power Of Introverts

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On 20, Sep 2012 | 2 Comments | In Innovation | By Sarah Doody

When I was in school, in the comments section of every report card, the teacher always wrote that I needed to talk more and contribute to class discussions. I never really understood those comments because it made me think that I needed to change something about my self.

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