Thursday, July 13, 2006

Bokardo - Joshua Porter

Joshua Porter writes at Bokardo: A Blog About Social Web Design.

One posting I found today that I love:

The one major idea behind the Lesson is that personal value precedes network value. What this means is that if we are to build networks of value, then each person on the network needs to find value for themselves before they can contribute value to the network. In the case of, people find value saving their personal bookmarks first and foremost. All other usage is secondary.

Read the full posting on The Delicious Lesson.

In a recent posting on web design, Joshua writes:

web design is design after all, and as such we need to know when it works and when it doesn’t. If people use it, it works. If people don’t use it, it doesn’t work. Though people’s comments about it might be subjective: “I like it!” or “It’s ugly”, web design, like all design, succeeds or fails based objectively on how well people can use it.

Read the full posting here.

And if these teasers on web design and user actions entice you, add Joshua's site to your RSS reader of choice and keep in touch.

Thanks to Mark Hurst for the link.

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