nsmsn / Nick Simson

Communication/web/graphic designer. Caretaker of a mutt named Zelda. Alive and at work in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.

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  1. 25: Falling With Style (feat. Jon Gold) - Does Not Compute

    Podcasts for Designers and Developers. Level up your career.

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  2. Virtual Memories Show #187: Tom Gauld

    Virtual Memories Show #187: Tom Gauld "I think I made three cartoons about Jane Austen before I got around to reading a Jane Austen novel. And then I thought, ‘Oh, this is really good!’" Cartoonist & illustrator Tom Gauld joins the show to talk about his new book, Mooncop (Drawn & Quarterly), and developing a post-optimistic…

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  3. What happens when you Google? | Knox County Public Library

    A presentation by Dr. Diane Kelly for the Truth and Consequences Symposium on July 28, 2017

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  4. Lara Hogan — Public Speaking Training

    Lara Hogan is an engineering director at Etsy and the author of Designing for Performance and the coauthor of Building a Device Lab. Her latest book, Demystifying Public Speaking, tackles every step involved in taking the podium and delivering the killer presentation.

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  5. CSS with Rachel Andrew – The Women in Tech Show

    CSS is all about how your website looks. From layout to animation, CSS has been used to make immersive web experiences. Rachel Andrew, co-founder of Perch and expert on the CSS working group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), explains how CSS has evolved since the 90s. We talked about the types of layouts…

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  6. Episode 275 of The SpoolCast: Erika Hall - Cultivating Shared Understanding from Collaborative User Research — — The UX Podcast Network

    Traditionally, user research has taken on more of a scientific identity. You would do usability testing and research, take a ton of notes, and then compile all of your findings into a report. The effectiveness of that research depended on whether anyone read the report, and then if they could do anything actionable with that data.

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  7. Episode 177 of The SpoolCast: Adam Connor & Aaron Irizarry - Collaboration through Design Studio and Critique — — The UX Podcast Network

    Structure aids collaboration and helps achieve consensus. If everyone is participating in a structured environment, you begin with a greater level of understanding. Using a design studio as a process can get everyone on the team communicating and moving in the same direction.

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  8. School Choice: Taxpayer-Funded Creationism, Bigotry, and Bias

    "School choice" advocates claim they are working to improve educational opportunities by using public funds to subsidize private school students. Many of these private schools use A Beka Book and Bob Jones University Press or other fundamentalist curricula. The textbooks in these series teach young earth creationism; hostility toward other religions and other sectors of Christianity, including Roman Catholicism; and a biased version of history that is often factually incorrect. This video focuses on Pennsylvania’s EITC program, but the information is applicable in states across the nation with school vouchers or corporate tax credit programs.

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  9. The New Apostolic Reformation: The Evangelicals Engaged In Spiritual Warfare : NPR

    A new Christian movement that seeks to take dominion over politics, business and culture in preparation for the end times and Jesus’ return is becoming more of a presence in American politics. Rachel Tabachnick, who researches the religious right, explains its beliefs and influences.

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  10. Fake News, Profit-driven Media, and Confirmation Bias | Knox County Public Library

    New York Times best-selling author and journalist Wendell Potter has covered Congress, the White House and the Supreme Court. After a long career in health insurance public relations, he had a crisis of conscience and blew the whistle on a corrupt industry in his book Deadly Spin. His latest book is Nation on the Take. For the Knox County Public Library’s Truth and Consequences Symposiumon July 29, 2017, Potter’s presentation is entitled “Fake News, Profit-driven Media, and Confirmation Bias.”

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