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Jon Kolko

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“What many refer to as intuition, then, is not the untaught or unteachable but instead is a learned understanding and respect of process, molded by experience and refined over a great deal of time and practice.”
Jon Kolko, Thoughts on Interaction Design
tags: design

“Hidden in the physical work space, in the user's words, and in the tools they use are the beautiful gems of knowledge that can create revolutionary, breakthrough products or simply fix existing, broken products. People do strange things - unexpected things - and being there to witness and record these minute and quick moments of humanity is simply invaluable”
Jon Kolko, Thoughts on Interaction Design

“When technology changes, tasks usually change, but goals remain constant,” so”
Jon Kolko, Well-Designed: How to Use Empathy to Create Products People Love




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