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Guerilla UX Testing, and Other Experiences From Akademy

It’s about a month now since the end of Akademy 2018 and I’ve finally found the time to write up some of my impressions from my favorite event of every year, and to encourage all of you to embrace both

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Hey Mycroft, Drive Me to our Goals!

Intro Almost three months after Akademy 2017, I finally found the time to write a blog post about how I experienced it. Akademy is where I learn again about all the amazing things happening in our community, where I connect

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This is what we do if someone offers us some constructive criticism

In July, Eric Griffith wrote an article at Phoronix where he compared Plasma and KDE Applications to GNOME and detailed where they do things better than us and what he finds annoying about our software. We don’t react to angry

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Sitting on the Shoulders of Giants

I could write a whole series of blog posts about my Akademy 2014 experience, but I’m not motivated to do that You might get bored half-way through Therefore I’ll try to summarize some of my impressions (and provide insight into

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KDE Usability @ Akademy

I’m always excited to go to Akademy, but this year even more so than in previous years! The reason for this is that I’m going to finally meet at least two guys whom I consider friends by now (Jens Reuterberg

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