Rhyme-as-reason effect Rhyming statements are perceived as more truthful. Sounds wild... Apparently, there is research showing that when people were asked to evaluate 2 sayings with the same meaning, and the one with a rhyming part in it was perceived as more truthful. Can you i…
Belief bias People are likely to accept the arguments that fit their system of values and beliefs, without questioning how these arguments support the …
Back in January, I decided to try something new and offer my help to review portfolios and post my feedback in the video format in a public setting. It…
I decided to reduce the frequency of these emails, have a feeling there is a growing global newsletter fatigue. Also, have to prioritize my side projec…
Finding the right “match” is as important for the job seekers as for the employers (when they try to determine the culture fit). I’ve been through many…
🎉 Happy New Year! A lot has been said about the previous year and how bizarre the current times are. I got tired of all the new year resolutions and d…
Question of the week: How do I present projects for developers?Short answer: discuss it with them and align on the right way together...
Question of the week: Why are startups looking for more experience?Answer: they don’t have the time and resources to train/onboard new designers. They …
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