Monocline grouping is an inadequate system for physically managing the large quantities of data commonly found on computers, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t useful as a manifest model.
The solution to this conundrum is to render the structure as a user imagines it – as monocline grouping – but to provide the search and access tools that only a deep hierarchical organization can offer. In other words, rather than forcing users to navigate deep, complex tree structures, give them tools to bering appropriate information to them.
—Alan Cooper, About Face 3: the Essentials of Interaction Design
Writing Job Reqs for Graphic and UX Designers…
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That moment when you see your ex, the one who you lived with, and built a business with, the one who you went into debt for, and you moved across the country with… and you recognize them because they look exactly the same, and they look right through you, because you’re so radically different now, half a decade later.
8:30-9 meeting one.
9-9:30 meeting two.
9:30-10:45 meeting three.
11-4 meeting four.
4-4:30 meeting five.
4:45-5:30 meeting six.
5:30-7:30 solo work time in the office.
That moment, when you’re falling asleep and feel disconnected to your body. Totally aware of it, but not in it. Consciousness floating a foot or so above it.