Archives for August 2006

To know ourselves and those around us

Jack pointed to a test for assessing one’s own innovation style, and he values the mutual awareness of styles. I wonder how this applies to the relationship between consultants and their clients. Read more….

27 August 2006 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

Selling blogs to the non-believers?

There is an interesting discussion going on about whether we need a new term for blogs in order to “sell” them to non-believers. I think we should not try to sell them to everybody. Read more….

26 August 2006 | Social software | No Comments

Users and styles

I am glad to see that there are more and more approaches considering the relationship between cognitive styles and software user interfaces. But still it is a long way to go. Read more….

10 August 2006 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

More narrow contexts

Musing about the usability of the signposting, I found another example where forced narrow context annoys me. Read more….

9 August 2006 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

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