Tag Archives : agile

Lean – a word with momentum

  The field of Interaction Design has (rather) recently started to approach the Lean way of thinking, in the shape of a methodology called LeanUx. I welcome this, and it prompted me to write down a few words on the “expansion” of Lean into other areas. As readers of this blog probably know, I find […]

Why you can’t be painting by numbers 1

So you’ve read through the vast collection of process, project, operations “best practice” literature out there, from the deceptively lucid “Getting Real” via the various incarnations of the Agile/Lean movement – so pregnant with promise, to the more demanding and grown up PMI, IPMA and PRINCE2 frameworks. Good for you! You’ve done your homework. I […]


Introducing the DONFI 1

There are plenty of acronyms floating around and since we all love them dearly we need to add to this flora. I’d like to share with you a method that has been known to work for us. It’s our own invention: The DONFI, the Day Of No Fu**ing Interruptions. Here’s the deal: You need input […]