The results of our 2018 Readers Survey are in and we’re grateful to have such an engaged community who are so willing to offer constructive feedback. Here is a roundup of learnings and an announcement of our prize winners!
We all tend to oversimplify complex things into two competing ideologies: generalist or specialist, objective or subjective, individual or team. This can be useful, but it can also make us think we should pick a side. It also becomes an issue when we try and solve them—calling these things ‘problems’ implies there is a correct answer somewhere. But there often isn’t, and it takes us too long to realise. What if we had a tool that facilitated good conversations about these complex topics upfront? Where the goal isn’t a decision, but recognition? The answer to a question like ‘Should we focus on delivery or quality?’ could simply be ‘yes’. Stephen explains how, using Polarity Mapping.
Derek Featherstone shares his thoughts on the differences between inclusive design and accessibility. One is the journey and the other, the destination.