Three years at One Medical

Today marks my third anniversary at One Medical. Aside from my own ventures, this is the longest I've been at one company. It can feel like an eternity in Silicon Valley. Despite that, I feel there is still so much left to do. I'd like to share a few thoughts from the last 1,095 days.

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2019 Focus

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Video from UXDX: Prototyping to the North Star

My talk from UXDX is up. Thank you UXDX organizers for invited me to speak and taking the time and resources to record it!

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Bring back personal websites

I'm at home in Seattle visiting my family for Christmas. This time of year is one of the few moments in a revolution around the sun that I sit on the couch and be a bit lazy. Looking through my micro.blog feed, Brad Barrish posted this article from Motherboard, We Should Replace Facebook With Personal Websites.

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UX Cambridge – Human-Centered Design Leadership

Thank you for coming to my workshop on Human-Centered Design Leadership! I’ve included slides to the talk for those who asked and appreciate any feedback you may have on it!

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The Twitter Solution

It's been about four months since I deleted my Facebook account. The driving-force was really my desire to spend more time creating content vs. consuming it, and so far it's helped tremendously.

As I seek other places where I can optimize, Twitter is the next one I am considering. This one is a bit harder for me than Facebook, which is a platform I'm not too keen about. Twitter in a lot of ways changed my life. I've been on it for ten years and made so many great friends, professional connections, and yes, even met significant others from it. In fact, all of my best friends in Lower Pacific Heights in San Francisco are friends I met on Twitter. I owe the platform a lot for that.

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