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The Client’s User Experience

User Experience (UX) design is often conflagrated with interface design and visual or graphic design. Where are Product design and Customer Experience in this Venn diagram of design? To most folks who are not designers, these distinctions are not needed in practical terms; as long as the end product looks good and does the job • Read More »


What Is Change Fatigue and How To Avoid It

More often than not, we either talk about change in a positive light (change as a needed organizational behavior in a fast and competitive market) or we talk about the means to enable change and get the best results from change management. Rarely do we speak about the other side of change, that is, Change Fatigue or • Read More »


The Next Big Thing: The Future of Cloud Computing

It should be no surprise to hear that the Enterprise has adopted the cloud and the cloud market is growing. According to RightScale’s 2017 State of the Cloud survey, 95% of respondents are using the cloud in some form (public, private, or hybrid). At the GeekWire Cloud Tech Summit in June, Morgan Stanley Executive Director, Brian Nowak, • Read More »


Spark for the Impatient: Introduction

The Zen of Spark: What is it, exactly? Apache Spark is a general-purpose, distributed, memory-based, parallel computing engine. Man, that’s a mouthful. Although technically accurate, that description comes across as just so much marketing-speech.  But the fact is, we can learn a lot about Spark’s key characteristics by breaking it down. General Purpose: For quite • Read More »