Monthly Archives: December 2013

Early birds and night owls, interestingly visualized for famous writers Advertisements

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Wonderful animation with Philip Zimbardo’s talk

Last Monday I had the idea that some of the TED talk of Philip Zimbardo went a little too fast. Here is a great animation that also includes some striking examples.

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Life in the Digital Now

A great talk that again gives us some insights about how our lives and technology are intertwined, especially relating to life rhythms

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Cheirioe’s blog on experience prototyping

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Some notes from our skype meeting with Eva Deckers on Experience Prototyping

Think about the quality level of the prototype that you need. This also depends on what you want from the people you’ll be testing with. What type of feedback are you looking for? It’s fine to have something that is … Continue reading

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Test your chronotype and share the results Here is a more offical test of your chronotype and you can check if/how you build up sleep deficits and balance them. So by now Rik is notorious for being a night owl, … Continue reading

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Rik should become a member of B-Society, and maybe some more of you…

Hanneke pointed out the existence of http://www.b-society.org/, a group that is trying to change society to better accomodate people with b-patterns, like Rik. Have a look at their references and see if you can get the original research. Maybe you … Continue reading

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