As a design leader, I have a strong bias towards prototypes not presentations. If you're writing a blog post about a service with a digital component, don't just describe it. I want links, a walkthrough video, screenshots if you must. However you do it, show the thing


The prototypes not presentations rule especially applies to services used internally, which rarely see the light of day. So often a good idea is let down by poor design execution. If you have an example you're proud of, prove me wrong. Making things open makes things better

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A social media community hosted in the UK; part of the Mastodon/ActivityPub federated social network, which allows you to follow users on other communities. It's a bit like Twitter but without a single company in control.

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