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Google's 2009 EMEA Faculty Summit


Our Zurich office was proud to host Google's second annual EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions) Faculty Summit last month. Eighty leading academics joined us from 66 universities in 24 countries for this three-day event....
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UX Intensive


There were a lot of interesting and challenging ideas that came up at UX Week in San Francisco this year. But it’s clear to me that the ideas were only part of the value. This year we set aside two whole afternoons for workshops that allowed...
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Why Are You Messin' With My URLs?


We recently received a great question from a savvy AdWords user over on the message boards. We've been asked this question a few times, so we figured that now would be a great time to expand. Scott...
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Linking Performance Appraisals to Business Plans


Performance appraisals should never be conducted in isolation of the overall business direction. It is important to link each person's goals and objectives back to the business overall goals and...
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APIs in the Arab Web


Technology blogger Mohamed Marwen Meddah wrote an interesting post on his StartUpArabia site: “The Importance of Having An API for Arab Startups”. Mohamed notes that, thus far, relatively few Arab online startups have opened up their platforms...
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An Interview with author and MX Speaker Scott Ber


I recently had a chance to speak with Scott Berkun — designer, author, contrarian and MX 2009 conference speaker about something that has interested me for a long time, but we don’t generally talk about in the design community: failure. We build...
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