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the very pleased introduce are annexed keynote speaker she has a background in computer science psychology and designers which of it's a fascinating overlaps overlap the the and I is currently the director of user experience of blue Wolf has also written a book yeah which I think if you have translation might give you a copy to drive our later and there were promised will and I of things is things about me again this is only for ease of reading book and Chanel 100 thank
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couple of weeks of this thing with my mother of and 33 so that seems to be something to brag about she said something that was really hilarious she said I was to kind and I said thank you too much this circle I'm ignoring their and and 1 is a thank you to all the people that made this possible and I wanna say thank you to everybody that's here I wanted I and to also say that just you know thinking to the you know everybody on the board in everyone that has made this conference possible for the the future engineers the the builders and the connectors of the world and I really want you to give all your cells actually a round of applause from if you can do with this if if if on itself into down there is this talk is about a lot of value x air in little bit about rules and hidden a lot about often and so as you know my background is very um I like the colorful right the word so many different ways I want to start off as like with some jokes was watching you know seinfeld looking how he'd and you know big I watched over eligibility gathering they say will the year see center of the 3 months are there are any don't look a completely it then I'm like you know I I think the best way is just saying talk so well on at the bottom of each slice you'll see my Twitter handle on that's also my handle at medium where I write a lot about what's in here so if you wanna go on a journey you know a to in my mind and how and then then I decided to still use the rel rel scholar 2016 US if you wanna tagger saving hold for of if say about from the talk you can also download the presentation at Billy slash rails UX 2016 so who am I and the user experience architect and consultant to the version long way to get there my 1st computer was at the age of 1 1 6 5 or 6 the Macintosh Plus so therefore leading myself they're very sol-gel on demand on homes and then 3 that I just love doing out you know a whole lot of IT was always take itself apart was always getting grounded for it I love being a developer back then when you know Q basic who was like years later if you say now Beaver Lake will we talk about a home sold that led me on a very long journey because I also love doing art and everyone said there's no there's no money in art there's no money in making things look beautiful onto your dead so I thought about that before who Ohio and then I decided see OK maybe I should look at these computer courses and just you know continue to go down that path I also realize that I was a storyteller I love to tell stories about my life a love to write about stories about my life and then I realized I love to speak about it means to be a very very very shy kid like the kind where I the 1 time I was in a yeah in a group and the person next to me introduce themselves and I'd use introduce myself with their name and hidden liver like you disable that we know and I'm sorry not I'm not Melanie I'm I'm Chanel had to really does look at that you know for a while which I'll get into later on and and then most importantly on alchemists some which is no 1 has read the book you're not alive now I hope you must read a book about the outcome is of course but it does really help a lot with I believe with the journey that were all and I'm I am I believe that we all do this for different purposes in different reasons of infamy you'll find out what those reasons are throughout this talk in then the most important part of my life is that I love making beef jerky on this very rare but I've been media for about 25 years however since I was a I was the kid that didn't ask for Bobby's I wanted a dehydrated this is because I love beef jerky and I loved her role of it what better way this could to give better than by having this source so I did that and now I made to what has been told to me by a lot of people including and if you know of I from philly going in the house and the house now it's not also could that you city of brotherly
love life is that is and 1 of the top news corresponds very was relational fatality actually said it was the best the Turkey she's ever had a she's from Colorado so I think I think I and I take her word so so that that's important to me because I always feel like you know we need a highly over the things that we do on unfortunately every happy that use that had turned into a job but they have story at the core Madonna phony yeah n right Chicago walk off the stage could label would have what I have to say you're what's going to be important but I think with would matters most about this statement is that it's true and false at the same time and I'll get to that the 1st thing is what is user experience cell I felt like when I 1st got here I was like overwhelmed by the brilliant minds that I was running into you like I really couldn't have like a conversation with a couple of all we were speaking like Japanese there maybe another language that in hold out like that so far removed I was from you know the back in language and I have a cat asking myself you know label what could I possibly have dissociation that could be useful but being the director over a bull's which was recently acquired by IBM will will call this is a significant fill important is that the 2nd like kind of public power little bit sorry sound on but you know and so we were recently acquired by IBM but I'm coming in there was a group of 600 people worldwide we have about 11 offices a couple in Australia a couple 1 in France 1 in the UK I think we just got an office in Prague and then we have a lot of over here in the United States in Francisco New York City down a lander uh Boston city were probably there so they bring me and by the 1 that looks like nobody QSAR like a kid I still get carded at the casinos like a can't set at the blackjack table and really get into a before the leg hurts key no is right so hold on so i come in there and nobody knows you know what design it is or what you axes the 1st question I got was from a developer and he was just like you know was the quickest way to make I kind and I said going to icon finder and try to find 1 that has a mean open creative license all like I never thought about that he was actually designing each and every icon and then I realize that this is going to be a challenge because the internal learning adoption of this company would be difficult because there we they had never had a design department but we have Fortune 50 clients and the clients and have worked with GlaxoSmithKline T-Mobile and and when a con the bank that I don't that and work but Northern Trust and and Western Digital which was much actually my 1st project and that was where I really learned that there was a very big gap between designers and developers so then as always I felt it was my conditions like I couldn't sleep unless the whole entire organization knew exactly you excellence that happened about maybe 4 months if if you have been there for 3 years so close it happened when I became a rebel so you know were tightening and partners with sales force on and that's basically what the company does we implement sales force down into are the corporations into this tactic to corporations on so it was really difficult such high to talk in there to talk to the business people the sales people the project managers the CEO sea level people everybody to try to get them to understand what exactly you access so this is how it's easily seen I really used to having it above so that's where the weird thing that happened but this is how is normally the so who you x is typically seen an interface design a visual design people would actually e-mail me like heck have a wireframe like or I had this idea that like can you develop design a website by tomorrow and I'm like no lower taking you know takes light was the company whose audience nearly Onida's Amadís make it look pretty that's the worst thing you can say it with like if have his make it look pretty now the cold hard about me is that I'm a tribe right so for actually when we go back to the slide how you
actually want to be seen is that we do everything from field research face-to-face interviewing product design for feature writing requirement writing technical specification writing so we do like we have to know some development tools to know what we can build usability prototyping visual design copywriting when I never wanted to to write because I'm such a goofball that you know when Western Digital 1 meter the gappy I want to be funded is like it's too much humor where ImageNet us with this you know straight tie but we just listen the like not just don't get to don't get too out there my own al-Qaeda probably did somebody from market is the intended and we also need no brain brainstorm coronation like we really give off light with like you know doing those strategy sessions and having like a lot of fun with that light really thinking about the played what's possible and how that happens is by this you x methodology that I actually put together for the company this is version 2 because as you know designer remain know were never happy with anything are still arrow already 1 a change this but how can the company with the rebranding so then I had to try to make it more simple as to what it is that we do not know a lot of you in the back can see it but I wanna go through a little bit quickly initial couple examples but when you really break it down because I always I want to look at the patterns in the world like I'm of seeker a problem solver and and then I just try to connect all them to make it makes sense not only to me but everyone is everyone else sold the 1st part is about discovery and I put together something the context are workshop which stands for experience process review some companies make all of the regular ones like the BPR business process review going the requirements looking over your competitors alone or people not in your field but better doing something close to it are doing not analytics on it in which case is most companies alike analytic school and I'm like 0 no like what the wire you measuring we we can measure success of real had success metrics to measure it against our value proposition then we get into the user analysis which is my favorite part beaches I love stocking people of what he saw me yesterday but I was a lurker had like a red video and thousand matrix is looking every by just being played whereby was talking about whereby was doing our someone sat next to me and he had like in advance with book and I was like baller OK but I think I just love looking to see what people are doing on in this helps me to do it in a way where I can see the users to focus groups storyboards interviews contractual research when you're like trying to be the final also think you know you don't really know that there then there's information architecture we bring all that information together all the constant together all the information about the company together to put together a site map on the mid wireframes come which puts together a good content strategy then that the visual design comes in and this is what everyone thinks I start with like it just happened Photoshop sketch do something called but kit and you can see the mood boards and the 2 goods the Pattern Library any to figure out the style guide I love style labels in fashion and in in plane I don't like looking at things they're unpleasing sometimes our in past years because of that is another issue is sometimes a therapy session it is much less than that of company to solve for b of so the and and usability testing as well so that we can make sure that what we all that information that we learned actually makes sense and it can be used by the users because at the end of the day I always say that you X is just about users in conference if you'll have the there is going to be a great disconnect with the products now because I have them appear really small does not mean it's not important actually is 1 of the most important things with because I'm a developer I couldn't put in that process but I needed in the company to know that actually we need to be involved with development because they actually placed under marketing which is a whole nother topic in a whole lot of legal issues so who who in that so you know after that we go into maintenance which is going over the UX specification document which is which really just talks about everything that talk about in plain english and helps to create an improvement plan so you know did all figure out the success metrics and also get that user feedback we we're like you access means we need to be told how you feel I need to I I love responses I love critic criticism I love feedback I like to hear good stuff to you but you know I always love stages know what's going on in a person's mind I so some of the things that I was talking about you know were like the comparative analysis where we take the context and you know look at the content in users and try to figure out the best way that product can be successful we due process flows in which it's like OK you have a lot of you have a lot of strains and I think the best example was my 1st project with Western Digital which I was actually of now and it was redesigned a customer service portal now they have 3 different types of audiences and they have their you know that the ones for the the direct buyer like apples staples and any of the home users and small business over small businesses just again to the login screens of about 7 like 7 or 8 pages in the whole entire flow was about 65 we were able to condense that with money in the technical architect to about 20 pages and developers get scared because they're really we know we hold on let he can you you couldn't possibly have put all the features in the process flows that we did and we explain it to them and and then everybody finally understood like all now we get it and I like those aha moments because it we started to have more fun with it started become less of who review that early dating phase we're starting the fell extend stealing a wider like that about you where will do and I wanna like bigger you know a vegetarian and I really really love to barbecue and we get like you know just trying to figure out what that connection is going to be like so the key very fluid after that yeah on branding elements are also a really big important part because this helps the developers to the define and developers to realize OK like every page must be consistent labor not just going to use aerial on this page and you know whatever you you Georgia on this 1 the revelation so I tried to make sure that they understand how for is in brain consistency because in doing so then we can create these beautiful products so the problem with Western Digital aren't even though united and that being a success stories the end but the biggest problem at 1st was that are we offer developers and in and they had no budget for you actually thought we could do all entire you know your customer service for L for this global conglomeration in 150 hours and In the reality it was more like a 70 800 our product project on on a fast worker so I did you know I had to do but I started to keep asking myself like OK how can I change this for the next product for the next project and there were so many projects that happened after this like because I was 1 of the only US people there in the there was only other 1 other person so to for company of 600 where there's like a hundred sales people going hard every day and selling something that we really don't know anything about soul it's like a giant to figure out like OK I used to be a developer right I still and consider really someone technically kind of Isabella parade like I can understand the language I know it's possible I know what can be built but how can I
married to the so my conclusion that I got from all of this and I feel like you have done by now is that you x is important in development dev needs you let's was weird because you know as I was reading about this they kept saying that you know you user experience you don't necessarily need to know development and I I actually disagree with that I feel like in order to know what you're able which capabilities are you have to be able to know what can be built what's possible and I feel like the place where the 2 can marry are in the process flows and that's usually when we do come together because were able to see the light OK can you build this can you make this quick I know is going to cost time more but let them know that the saving money in the and by always had a saying like you know you buy once you buy cheap provides widespread and I kept saying that they would always laugh how you your garments fine but they never heard it but they never did it until the end then we had to a change order there was another million dollars and I wanted to say I told you so it's like contents leaders adult thing you right the right of time I come but you know Jason freed commonalities call back in 2013 so here's what our product and do and here is what can would you can do with our product sounds similar but they are completely different approaches and actually that's why 37 signals is so so successful today and why base camp would you know so why begins because he gets it like just because you can make something doesn't necessarily mean that you need for anybody and this is why I always have to tell a lot of the companies that I go to and it's intimidating because you not easily like the shortest line in RID usually the only woman as well and some other things and then I come and have to think OK wait listen to me because I know what I'm talking about life we work and then finally I all while you do OK like let's let's let's had this conversation and I usually let everybody know that everybody is a part of you X I was you know the CEO of the can come in here I was the you know the the TA is IT guy I 1 marketing I want in turn the 1 everybody GSK was really good for us for doing that where they brought in in their of pharmaceutical reps on the team and and it's a lot of like a lot of people in the in this meaning we were able to do this have such a beautiful marriage between the 2 ever someone coming up to me and say like this was so also like having his leg posters and crayons and markers like since late grade school and I'm like wow like you we can do this in meaning like if not it's OK use Crayola life usually can't it's OK like you know talk about feelings if OK light talk about you know these different things because I feel like it gets to the mission and vision and that's usually what my the x the art workshops are a very similar but not the same on to like Google's um you know design workshops on I just tried to to have a conversation it is a bit of a day and by the way I love quotes so you can see a lot of our own design create stories and stories creating memorable experiences and great experiences have this innate ability to change the way in which we view the world there's a lot of times at my job where I always hear designed you can see the world like where it was a leg was not like receiving lies in that bothers me because I got into this field I dance all the fields that I got into and I went all the schools and got all agree that a had that have to our home to basically all and also dropped out of a lot schools and social phobia might not trying to argue with that but home because the gap the learned like but basically what I landed in the days you know like I do wanna change the world that we do have the power to change the world because of that right some morning there's not because I'm like texting friends because board light of is because this is you know the key like like you know that we would see you know what's next and we we can build these experiences battery either you know sticky like in a good example that is Facebook you can get off of it they wanted to continue to use it versus slippy which is like a what words like you know I don't know it's there but it's still providing me with the information that I need to do any to do throughout the day on 1 of my biggest projects that I've ever worked on was with the United Nations World Food Programme and we were able to design and I designed with the organization in and 7 Cisco they're able to design basically a platform for NGO nonprofits for Africa that was kind of a mixture of our senses and our food stamps program so they would help eradicate like hunger crisis and sickness within Africa and to me that was in the world you know like because something so simple as someone will go into the store and say well I'm right so the guy you know cause of all right since we think it's a form self but with this play and then there's a hunger crisis because of that but it was never true but then what we were building was something where they will be able to check to see if that was true or check to see you know what what they could do about it and or and then they were able to handle the situation in a better way that couldn't have happened had we not did the user testing the field testing in Kenya working with all these videos making sure that we were able to like actually be in like header goal arm so that that's 1 of the biggest things if if there's a I when we do with 2 goods in about like the fact that you can actually change the world and I know that sounds very light Reading Rainbow issue but it is a high pitched in those that memory room I could sing this song If you don't of butterflies and that I'm not I think but it's true like we had the power like me are a big geeks standards and finally you know appreciated for there to be able to create such amazing things that that's can help save people's lives especially in the medical field especially in mental health especially in down in any of the education now is like in the hotel and they're talking about like you have you know I join our Kansas City public school K through 12 another only that would be a perfect because I hate going to school created I like it but it wasn't fast enough and that was to social because but I'm also extroverted introverted and I know some you get that out and I after a that means anything to anybody but you know like if it was difficult for me to learn i and to also connect with people so I always suffered in education the call appear as for me a few it has come a long way and is not going anywhere but we still need to bridge the gap between design and development and honestly most the conversations I've having have been with all designers Ward developers only designer but I feel like we all need to have this talk but 1 of the other his things about why we can have a is because there's a lot of barriers into STEM fields of science technology engineering I hum is ageism rent racism sexism nepotism like there's just so many like things that can stop people from getting into these fields or exploring this building even exploring the power of these fields right on 1 of the biggest things that got to me was actually all of those plus a couple others and I remember writing a really really really really really really personal but not really it's about like how content and Rosenstein is belongs also things under sitting at home like still like just designing this is doing that like why mine not you know like riding on the plane x the bill gates and doing somewhere cool stuff like why am I still why am I not also what's what's what's like where where is that it is too late so I taught as close to a co-worker and I ended up writing a blog post about it it was not quick blog was I had ever road and it was the 1 that most trended ever in life and it scared because it got about maybe 20 thousand views the 1st day and then became 1 of the top 10 stories of them up for medium and that was back in 2011 and that would actually spawn off a whole series of events as to why I am here today on I had a talk about this so this
question right here is it too late to be also apparently there's a lot of people that struggle with feeling like it's and I and I always talk about this during Tech talks because I'm very existential philosophical and I consider myself like a techno had been because I really think of long in the seventies but probably could be well without iPhone back then so i China they're like how can I make it I still be like a free spirit you know like like the Denise from The Cosby Show or ever like it is kind of the lake node with is but still like be taken seriously and and I did I remember having a podcast back in the door was December of with serotonin and it could be an entity as on about that would you will you have to have an odd talk was hilarious to me because I'm just leg this is like a developer of contrast additional you indeed lacking the layout knowing some good like this is I think this is what we are meeting here and she was right because like I had to determine like what is also why do people struggle with this so much why do we see so many that we really take off the blinders right we all know what's been happening in the news American depress anybody I try not to watch it I only watch tonight because Jimmy Fallon it's it funny but you know like there's a lot of different things that causes to be afraid that in the belly of the realize life is life is short but I didn't wanna start off with that in 1 of you I well you know it's you have to be also because even the dead Sea like Nolan and will say that you must shift that is there then it is don't say something OK but this this light pulse that I would write would begin to let let me go through a lot of self discovery allow discovery with other people to find out what what it was that was great the way so before I had to define what like what I could say what was also had a defined the same way that I don't know I was successful until I the final success was for me it's not the same for you that thing for anyone else in this this definition might not be the same for you but to me and to bring a brown and so prince you know like I still had people you know it's being your authentic self who in their right legs sometimes causal distracted were so distracted with the things around us are in securities that we're not really sure as to lighthearted really has to what that looks like well bring I said all ability is the birthplace of innovation and creativity and change 1 ability at highly vulnerable yeah I will be 1 boring I had been scared crap list talk to you but this happens every time like i've done many many talks but every time before that unlike looking on it when I would say make him or her 2nd this candidate that like I know I have a comedian gene I know I like to make people laugh when applied do people want a laugh Alzheimer do they want talk how can I do both in and I was able to find a connection in there somewhere but it wasn't until I was able to get to them on will place where most people had told me to be quietly nodal talk about the fact that you actually heat that designer don't talk about the fact you know that you have like a mental breakdown like in 2013 because I overworked myself I don't talk about like all those taboo things but the thing is we need to talk about because humans are wired for validation that's why it's like it's funny because you know being UX person as united by feedback and I can't really see many faces except what a friend I see you mine which is great so if not OK doing something to make 1 person's knowledge also but you know wired for validation whether it's internal or external external is a dangerous 1 because you know there were always going to look for that answer row is going to look for that approval internal 1 is difficult because we were taught that when we're taught in kindergarten to be like himself do your thing and then by like fourth-grader lake shut up and take that could have weighed in your did not dare not appear in the words like you know its soul we move you're only linked what's to be something but and this is this so the top highlighted part of the blog and you know I love Taoism and Buddhism and I call this the tribe actually kind cool but in in my undergraduate degree is also to a new ministry as well those like that's a nice little mixture in there will have different things but when you are constrained to be simply yourselves in you don't compare or compete everyone will respect the fight fight about that is that last part is a matter who cares that they respect you right I think what might make the subtitle of the is this lady Austin was the dangers of perfectionism and comparison an advance using when people are like so crabby l and that's good right OK I get back some always try to compare myself so I always I always sisal kill what's holding us back end in psychology actually learned on how different pages a negativity bias arm brains are more wired to hold on to the negative things than they are to hold on and see the positive things life meditation as much as we drilled into your head is actually to me brings spirit back to your right it allows you to actually see like and like the presidency like hey listen it's not that serious like because once you're authentically yourself if you can cling on to their 1 positive thought you feel that the example of that is a smile like what I see a smile and having a bad back at him mean mode the person that like you know by the way Philly is very very mean so course item Hambrecht going to illegal uh blessed agent them also giving giving him MIT and a slide with they what the hell you like smiling about my old kid you hate user really seriously why are you smiling only that I thought was a bit better but now it's not you know like we could just shuffle his known I'm just going to continue on with my dad it's you think you very much but you know like when you know in Italy and it's a different story is so nice there walk downstream angry and I have a you know old male it's not the lecture on their own and assign all can work at a time on that no one's mind about but now I'm really happy label right so there's the negativity bias then the the invisible audience which unimagined now know that should have been little audiences in awesome phenomenon because it's actually the thing that developed within us when we were adolescents it's the thing where we feel like everyone is watching that everyone is paying attention to us and I always say that if that actually that is true it is true then that means that if I'm think about you thinking about me thinking about you the money they literally less than 1 per cent of my thoughts are actually going to be about to it when you have that freedom of knowing that nobody's really thinking about you and don't together thinking about I know you're looking at me but like I don't really like it's not as late as serious as sometimes we make get out of the and once you realize that that were less than 1 per cent is there then you start to have a little bit more cop confidence now the problem with this invisible audiences that we've been were manufacturing a society where we need those validations how many like summer going to get in the next 10 minutes if I don't get it 50 legs for my Talcott changing you know like that how it's how we feel it but at the end of the day once we realize that like no 1 knows what they're doing can easily like every but even tinier easily it right like the face nobody loves kind more than kind in loves kind yeah and this can happen for 1 of and there always have to remind myself like decrying non-obese self could is because that's what it's about everybody is linking it and that's what brings you back from a phony asshole impostor
syndrome we have this whole fear about feeling like that we really really each don't belong here but we really like there must be a joke you really do need a higher as and whatever you know like blood at the end of the day we have to really think about this equation focus + action equals moments of focus is the byproduct of choice you have to continue we choose to be focused now as a personal PhD but it's a hard choice but if I choose I choose to be like focused on whatever that is whether it's speaking to you whether it's writing something whether it's designing something where there is thinking about a new invention which happens like 5 times a day and I need a builder to do that so that I was talking the great on the you know is is focusing on that action requires commitment because sometimes useful insight about the idea and then it is that's off and you know you've Nadav readable dip in talks a lot about that In momentum of course as we know is making sure that we're keeping up within a matter how slow matter how fast were keeping up with that and the Tony Robinson is of course have to write excitement must lead to immediate action or you will lose the power of momentum or genes died because we filter seize the moment do it now copy deal right like we all learn this we say it but if I were so we're still so afraid to do to do that thing to do that 1 project to learn that particular language to to do that particular you know path that we wanna do because it doesn't look like the next person but if you ever notice it's the it's the weirdos and I can deftly because where no more like added in minor blighted if I get a dollar proven that called you know we're normal a crazy but it's like those little understand how those are the ones that people want to talk to you or wants to be a part of like that movement so we have to take action any it's time for small story if it's so it's going to great which edges in 3 minutes no 1 hold you up but on every year gum road does a
really cool thing cause small part of that do like 4 times a year and they make it so that you come up with a product that you can like execute within I to a 10 day period so I decided yeah OK from when I write a book this is the book called new nation I love long subtitles so it's called the skeptics and collect guide to tackling depression anxiety and others soul something elements in a distracting world so this book yeah and this is what I had as excited this talk to as well as it's been changing so that like I'm you know recycling in united in you know all goods but like she hadn't talked similar to this and South by had everybody write down 1 goal right so my goal for this particular of you know program was to write a book the then it was I when have you been avoiding might well be writing a book the 5th and so could within the label was a superpower and its way doing things that as in making people laugh but mainly doing things that's because usually make people laugh parties by accident and if you happen front of it like Ellen and then try to like make fun of myself 41 of can at the work so far planner home but the big part about this was that I learned the a lot of through it because I didn't completed on time so here is where the here and where the results end up becoming depressed cracked OK so that would happen right so I'm writing a book about depression and compressed that's perfect of the syllable so is a lie OK like an animal like being so excited about this will come like gas like after you have my own depression because you know I guess that I'm I love no health advocacy you know I've struggled with depression anxiety my whole entire life ever since I was 3 years like we had press my 3 a lot OK a lot really risk which ignited University of please so hopeful so with this little may I was afraid of the sun rays like he was crazy so you know I had to go through this depression on so then I decide to write the group because of the facebook group another guys I know I know I promise you this also below that I did a cool cover design negotiated greater is going to be also led our efficient everyone he did not opposite of what I thought they would do like 40 people were like that's OK like it's OK like that's expected like whatever you wanna write is probably going to be amazing because you're going through this experience and then I was laid out I II article or on a little bit accompanies the any was doing my birthday souls learning is how I was turning 33 cells and all our really a failure is another milestone 33 is really point number forming nothing to show for mind you like all friend and honking about what you have a job in this and that but it's like you know you get your own way so and writing a post about how and when to do this in a week and I said it any mining who's out there is reading this post no life is I know they're and like if I don't finish it then please tweet that I'm a phony never listen her again and is like unsubscribe from a block but I said that if I did get it I get the light go to my Amazigh wish list and pick something like 150 dollars because like wall of comfort and I like Ellington by some of so what happened was the student dimples borrow this is good because of ion or like a like that gambling while impulse that i don't want go viral and 1 you do so if also borrow and I became depressed again a very serious good looking OK that's fine but I can going Monday tuesday Wednesday Thursday about about a Friday started if the was were by Sunday national and was surprised me that I was able to write it because I realize I had very rude and is the I was afraid just put it out there on so I was able to create this book on as a small book and has a different type of and like doing it differently because of course you now I'm a techie so I'm doing it as an application so it's going to be updated this version 1 reason to will include like my life story version 3 will include you know more applications of that because of the fact that even how I got here by meeting like a random book publishers South by Southwest cells like a way for a book and I'm like OK and just do my computer like we did in the closet and you never do that I did write 3 chapters and a meeting Oprah can inherit the like chapters issues little can like you said does the narrative and now like an efficient like willy-nilly like here a self-sabotage but I ended up writing it's on amazon now if you go there you see it and and that was like 1 of the biggest successes I have done to this day because I've finished something like in and there's a by other than knows that feeling about finishing something like it's it's it's real so the funny part was after afterward myself I was ready for the failure of Sauron even a value that I forgot to reward myself a lot I realize from all this was the greatest gift ever to is is about accountability like you kinda like if you have a greater success rate I've noticed when you share it you have to share what you're
doing I share everything sometimes something that shouldn't share like my friend of Scott Hanselman on is always talking to me like remember everything is a permalink and online looking looking like but I think but I know it because I don't have a filter really 1 have a filters like that is when the Sharia I wanna see how people feel about that and we can talk about it languages this is talk about it so my favorite
quote that I will leave you with because this is also something that battle with with the even with talking with the election I be really tacky like and gonna disappear like the the will you know like like a set like they should be designed to say hey guys lake crew design service to work with the labor whatever and leave with the book of my when people 1 here but the biggest call that have ever ever encounter in our probably habitat's is somewhere like intense user KC will you bit but here's the most of them but don't ask what the world needs Astle makes you come alive in go do it because what the world needs is more people who have come alive Mr. Howard Thurman and has a really played important quote to really really taken because always wondering what people wonder what we want is you you know at the end of the day it's not about because everybody was something different and everybody will be a critic and I can do talk on that but yeah that that's here so hopeful but the biggest part about this is to remember that we want you you know like I always I always produzione has to be the 1 see from him on even though he's like in the doghouse right now but could come he always says you know like that everybody can so you had a dual but they never did it and I I found to be like the best way that I was able to be my authentic self interview self that I wanted to be was to be around those that I wanted the war where I wanted to be in a wasn't a comparison it was admiration and another thing to is he says difficult takes a day impossible takes a week and I thought I was cute because the light had me MOS wrapper is always like a lot of really cool things with that actually happens for them so like this this actually must be true in some ways it's because I didn't think a lot of things were possible but as had to wait 90 to be myself so if there is anything that you get from this is that we need to talk more the bridge the gap but most importantly be our authentic selves so go be also and this
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Titel Opening Keynote by Henry
Serientitel RailsConf 2016
Teil 07
Anzahl der Teile 89
Autor Henry, Chanelle
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DOI 10.5446/31539
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract With a background in Psychology, Computer Science and Cybersecurity, Art Direction & Design, Chanelle Henry has an intense passion for problem-solving and creating methodologies; helping outline, encourage, and propel the UX Process. Currently serving as a Director of User Experience at Bluewolf, she uses creative and innovative solutions to execute ideas to consult with everyone from startups to Fortune 50 companies to help refine their goals, make progress, spread the gospel of UX.

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