Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Shuja Pakhliwal, the Founder and CEO of Royal Goats Club Labs, a Texas-based blockchain technology think tank working on developing an NFT marketplace allowing artists, creators, and entertainers worldwide to monetize their digital intellectual property using non-fungible tokens. He is also a business development and marketing consultant with experience in building early-stage companies throughout their rapid growth and successful exits. He has a proven track record of executing marketing programs that consistently accelerate revenue growth throughout the customer lifecycle. Don't miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, Jason Girzadas, managing principal - Businesses, Global, and Strategic Services, and Jessica Kosmowski, US Ecosystems & Alliances leader, join host Hanish Patel to explore the key trends and forces shaping the future of business and other business leadership topics. They discuss the exponential pace of change in business and society accelerated by technological shifts, how TMT companies are at the center of these changes, and the role of leaders to navigate these disruptive dynamics and sustain success.
Gen TDS is one of the market's most user-friendly, reliable and trusted TDS software packages. Gen-TDS is a one-stop solution that makes it easy for people to calculate the TDS returns, interest amounts, and late filing fees in a straightforward and error-free manner. Here we have mentioned some distinctive and highly productive features of Gen TDS software of this such as the e-TDS return facility, auto interest calculation, TRACES request download facility, TAN application filing and correction facility, e-Payment of challan, etc. Read also: http://www.apsense.com/article/all-you-need-to-know-about-gen-tds-return-software.html
In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and self-improvement expert Christina Eanes interviews Bob Faw. Bob is an author, keynote speaker, and positive change consultant who ignites energy, growth, and development of organizations and individuals in all sectors. In this episode, Bob discusses negativity bias and how you can overcome it with some brain-friendly tools to live a more fulfilling life. If you'd like to learn more about Bob, visit his website at MatchboxGroup.com. For more info about Christina, visit ChristinaEanes.com Episode Credits: Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com) Host: Christina Eanes (quitbleepingaround.com) Outros Announcer: Linnea Sage (linneasage.com) Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing
Despite a booming e-commerce market, U.K.-based e-tailer Atterley is managing to differentiate. That's thanks to a powerhouse team that includes co-CEO Kelly Byrne, formerly of Nasty Gal, and chief trends officer Alexandra Shulman, previously editor-in-chief of British Vogue. Under Byrne and Shulman's leadership, Atterley has grown its reach among shoppers who value its business model of "a marketplace supporting boutiques globally [and] a champion in the ethos of independent shopping," as described by Byrne on the latest episode of the Glossy Podcast. This year, the company is hyperfocused on growing its U.S. consumer base. Currently, the U.S. is Atterley's second-largest and fastest-growing market, according to Byrne and Shulman. They're now focused on building brand awareness while spotlighting the company's ability to provide consumers with a unique online shopping experience. "Where Atterley is really strong are in these lower price points but above the high street, and [with] brands that other countries have never heard of. I'm sure that, in the states, a lot of our offerings are exciting new brands that you aren't going to find anywhere," Shulman said.
How do you decide who to hire when you reach the point in your business when you realize – I need help with the IT? IT companies can look all the same, but who can you trust to partner with? It's no secret that everyone preaches prevention, customer service. So how do you make sure you are comparing apples to apples instead of oranges to grapefruits when shopping for IT company aka a managed services provider. And on the other side of the coin, as a managed service provider how do you attract and build awareness about the services that you provide that help companies with their IT security, support and day to day tech operations? Joining Barb today is Paul Green, Owner of MSP Marketing Edge. Paul helps IT companies distribute information to the right people, in the right way, so businesses know they've hired the right company for their technical needs. 0:00 – Barb's Introduction 1:37 – Who are Paul Green and MSP Marketing Edge? 4:08 – How would you develop a unique sales proposition that resonates with businesses shopping for Managed Service Providers? 8:18 – What's the best strategy to build your audience to get your messaging across? 21:04 – What is the most important thing Paul has ever learned? This podcast has been brought to you by CDNTechnologies.com. Canada's first and only certified outsourced IT Company where we provide IT Service, IT Support and Cyber Security to businesses all throughout North America from out worldwide headquarters in Oakville, Ontario. Technology and threats change daily, so shift the stress of managing your technology to us, as we're direct to tech 24/7/365. Our mission is to bring you User Friendly, Hands Free, Technology Peace. Call us at 905-542-9759.
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, Monica Batchelder, chief sustainability officer at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Rafi Addlestone, global TMT ESG leader at Deloitte UK, join host Hanish Patel to discuss the impact of technology in society and how it can help accelerate change—whether connecting ecosystems and enabling digitization or reducing e-waste and providing more transparency through tracking and automation. Together, they examine how companies can play a variety of roles to accelerate progress on equity, health, and education, and better support ESG initiatives overall.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Monthly Overload of EA - July 2022, published by DavidNash on July 1, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Link post for 2022 July EA Updates Top News Lizka Vaintrob, Fin Moorhouse and Joshua Teperowski Monrad have launched an EA Criticism and Red Teaming contest with $100,000 in prizes. There has already been criticism of how this competition has been announced The Future Fund with an update on their recent grants Julia Wise - Power dynamics between people in EA Abraham Rowe - Critiques of EA that I want to read Ben Garfinkel - On Deference and Yudkowsky's AI Risk Estimates Holden Karnofsky - AI Could Defeat All Of Us Combined James Ozden & Neil Dullaghan with a list of megaproject ideas for animals Nuño Sempere - A Critical Review of Open Philanthropy's Bet On Criminal Justice Reform Kurzgesagt's recent video invites viewers to consider the potential for a vast number of future people, it already has over 2 million views Events 8th-10th July - EAGxAustralia 29th-31st July - EA Global: San Francisco 2nd-4th September - EAGxSingapore (Applications now open) 23rd-25th September - EA Global: Washington, D.C. 16th-18th September - EAGxBerlin 21st-23rd October - EAGx Virtual Meta Updates Open Philanthropy with a post looking at how accurate their own predictions are Luke Muehlhauser - Effective altruism as I see it Owen Cotton-Barratt - Global health is important for the epistemic foundations of EA, even for longtermists A post looking for 'Examples of someone admitting an error or changing a key conclusion' Ozy Brennan on the benefits of categorising people who are more or less dedicated in EA 80,000 Hours would be happy to see more projects in the careers space Rémi T with the idea of taking an 'EA Break' Jan Kulveit - Ways money can make things worse Ofer & Owen Cotton-Barratt - Impact markets may incentivize predictably net-negative projects Mathias KB asking what the overhead costs of grantmaking are A post from me on how we should see effective altruism as more about coordination & field incubation Thomas Woodside - You Don't Need To Justify Everything Richard Y Chappell asking what an alternative EA movement might look like Joey Savoie - 'Why EAs should normalize using Glassdoor' Chris Freiman - You Don't Have to be a Moral Saint to be an Effective Altruist A post with 'unflattering' reasons the author is attracted to EA Effektiv Spenden: A meta opportunity in Germany & Switzerland Derek Shiller - Fanatical EAs should support very weird projects A post titled 'How To Prevent EA From Ever Turning Into a Cult' New Projects Clearer Thinking have a new regranting program for projects that could have a big positive impact on the future of the world, applications close 15th July Brian Jabarian has launched a community for economists An intro post to User-Friendly, an EA-aligned marketing agency Giving What We Can have a dashboard with their growth metrics Historea Club is a 'A peer-led exploration club for history enthusiasts in the EA community' Condor Camp is a 10 day program for talented students in Brazil to learn about the worlds most pressing problems Giveffektivt - a Danish regranting site for effective charities Community building Emma Williamson - Community Builders Spend Too Much Time Community Building Owen Cotton Barratt - There is no separate "community building" track Habryka - On funding, trust relationships, and scaling our community S.E. Montgomery - Community builders should focus more on supporting friendships within their group Patrick Gruban & Lukas Trötzmüller - Mastermind Groups: A new Peer Support Format to help EAs aim higher Critiques Michael Nielsen - Notes on effective altruism Joey Savoie on deference culture in EA Archana Ahlawat with replies to the post 'Towards Ineffective Altruism' José Luis Ricón responding to 'Ineffective Altruism' Tr...
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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: User-Friendly Intro Post, published by James Odene [User-Friendly] on June 23, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Introducing User-Friendly User-Friendly is an EA-aligned marketing agency. We provide marketing expertise to impact-driven organisations, multiplying efforts towards solving the world's biggest challenges. We have supported EA clients such as Giving What We Can, 80K, High Impact Athletes, WANBAM, Rethink Priorities, Happier Lives Institute and Carrick Flynn's recent campaign for congress, with a wide-range of strategic and creative marketing services.We had been operating User-Friendly as a freelance side-hustle up until early May this year when we increased our capacity following funding from the EA Infrastructure Fund. The grant is to give User-Friendly operational support whilst we continue to assess the worth and desire for our work in this space. The Pitch Effective communication is a key component to the success of many organisational aims. As a movement, core components of our work are unavoidably entwined in the way in which we communicate with our intended audiences. Whether you are aiming to change opinions, change behaviours, drive others towards a more impactful path or encourage donations or pledges, the way in which your message is constructed and disseminated plays a crucial role in how effective your organisation can be. As an indication of the scale for impact, it's worth considering the Kantar research that suggests the creative quality of marketing is one of the best multipliers of impact (x12). This indicates the substantial impact available between the best and worst marketing attempts on quality alone. We want to support EA-aligned organisations to achieve their strategic objectives by utilising our expertise and skills, ensuring that their marketing is effectively (and cost-effectively) implemented. The Service User-Friendly brings together the international marketing and behavioural science expertise of James Odene and the substantial global animal movement campaigns experience of Amy Odene. We also collaborate with external freelancers for specific expertise that we do not hold ourselves.Getting the best multiplying effect of marketing requires not only creative skill, but sound strategic underpinning honed through years of experience and training. We offer strategic services including; strategic consultation, messaging development, brand development and management and marketing auditing as well as creative execution services including; graphic design, branding, social media management and asset development, campaign development and ad creative. The Scoping In order to assess the current landscape of the movement's marketing and communications resource, we disseminated a scoping survey earlier this year. 35 organisations responded, the results from which were assessed alongside our top preconceptions about the desire and worth of such an offering in the EA space, informing our strategy moving forward. Here you will find a list of our initial preconceptions, a summary of the responses in relation to these, and our agency's solution. We identified 6 challenges that we felt the EA movement faced in relation to such a service. You can review the full scoping survey here. Internal resource Organisations are looking for a specific service or task to be completed but do not have the resource, funding or perhaps full-time capacity need, to hire in-house for this particular project.Survey result: Throughout the survey results it is clear that the demand for one-off project based work is high, and growing, with seemingly no short-term intention to build this capacity in-house. With the current lack of resource, skill deficit and predicted increase in spend, it is reasonable to suggest that a service such as User-Friendly, could provide a...
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Do you ever feel like you are putting in so much energy into marketing your business, trying to acquire new customers, or perhaps even converting those potential customers into paying, loyal customers? You feel like there's steps after step, you find yourself doing the same processes continuously, to the point where you think, 'Surely there's an app for that?' This is one of my favourite topics to cover! When we start bringing apps, software and systems into our business to do the manual handling for us, it opens up all these opportunities for growth. It helps us to bring people into the fold to help us grow our business in a more sustainable way. In addition, it gets us thinking with that CEO mindset. It allows us to market to potential customers on a 24/7 basis an helps us turn our website into an actual marketing machine that's contributing to the growth and success of our business. If you're looking for a way to get started with automations and discover some beneficial apps that can do some clever tricks and jobs within your business so you can focus on the specialised work, then this is the episode for you. Are you ready? Let's jump in. For show notes, links and more: W: meredithpaige.me // E: firstname.lastname@example.org // Insta: @meredithpaige.me // FB: @meredithpaige.me
The interfaces and design cues that a tool offers can have a massive impact on who is able to use it and the tasks that they are able to perform. With an eye to making data workflows more accessible to everyone in an organization Raj Bains and his team at Prophecy designed a powerful and extensible low-code platform that lets technical and non-technical users scale data flows without forcing everyone into the same layers of abstraction. In this episode he explores the tension between code-first and no-code utilities and how he is working to balance the strengths without falling prey to their shortcomings.
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, David Wright, chief commercial officer at US Soccer, and Chad Deweese, senior manager in Deloitte's sports practice, join host Hanish Patel to explore the shifting sports landscape through the lens of Major League Soccer's explosive growth in the United States. Together, they look at how technology and innovation may impact the fan experience over the next 10 years—and how sports organizations can create a cohesive and seamless experience for their fans across all channels while adding value.
Businesses are spending more money on IT this year. Gartner predicts the global IT spend could reach $4.4 trillion this year and that's despite rising inflation, the Russian invasion, chip shortages and talent shortages. Since we're all leveraging technology as a competitive advantage, and looking to technology to solve our problems today, we're going to talk about what every small business owner must know about protecting and preserving their company's critical data, computer systems and everything in between the phone systems, the printers and where you access documents from. Joining Barb today is Fred Voccola, CEO of Kaseya which is becoming – or may even now be – the world's largest technology solution provider for small and medium businesses. 0:00 – Barb's Introduction 1:55 – Who are Fred Voccola and Kaseya? 12:20 – Kaseya has grown by 300% since Fred became CEO. What advice does he have for people with smaller companies who are growing at a similar rate? 14:45 – What are small businesses investing in to keep moving forward in a positive direction, post-pandemic? 27:36 – What is the most important thing Fred has ever learned? This podcast has been brought to you by CDNTechnologies.com. Canada's first and only certified outsourced IT Company where we provide IT Service, IT Support and Cyber Security to businesses all throughout North America from out worldwide headquarters in Oakville, Ontario. Technology and threats change daily, so shift the stress of managing your technology to us, as we're direct to tech 24/7/365. Our mission is to bring you User Friendly, Hands Free, Technology Peace. Call us at 905-542-9759.
In this episode of The Shape of Work podcast, we have a serial entrepreneur, the founder of four tech startups, Arpit Agarwal. Arpit is the Co-founder & CEO of Cion Digital.Arpit started his journey in the IT industry & has 14+ years of expertise to share with us. With a rise in the blockchain trend, Arpit self-learned all-things-blockchain and taught the same to several people. He also helped build 30 startups with their product development strategy, and engineering.Today, Arpit is here to share a litany of insights through this conversation on:Why are people shifting from Web3 to Blockchain? How to make Web3 more user-friendly?Challenges faced while building a Talent teamWays to improve employee retentionAll about the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO)Roadmap for the future of Cion Digital.Follow Arpit on LinkedInProduced by: Priya BhattPodcast Host: Nisarg ShahAbout Springworks:Springworks is a fully-distributed HR technology organization that is building tools and products to simplify recruitment, on-boarding, employee engagement, and retention. The product stack from Springworks includes:SpringVerify — B2B verification platformEngageWith — employee recognition and rewards platform that enriches company cultureTrivia — a suite of real-time, fun, and interactive games platforms for remote/hybrid team-buildingSpringRole — verified professional-profile platform backed by blockchain, andSpringRecruit — a forever-free applicant tracking system.Springworks prides itself on being an organization focused on employee well-being and workplace culture leading to a 4.8 rating on Glassdoor for the 200+ employee strength company
What should you expect to pay for IT support for your business? How do you make sure you know exactly what you are paying for? What are all the services you are buying to keep your business cyber safe? The computer industry is still young, and there are not many guides in place to protect consumers. How do you determine if the fees that are billed are correct? It's great when the person who's paying the bill get's a “deal”. It's the worst when the person who sent the bill realizes that they forgot to charge for x, y, and z... again. No one likes to work and not get paid! Joining me today is fellow Canadian Colin Knox from Gradient MSP to expose the back end of IT service companies and what we do to make sure customers are getting exactly what they are paying for and to help explain how IT Bills are calculated. 0:00 - Barb's Introduction 1:49 - Who are Colin Knox and Gradient MSP? 3:25 - Client environments are always changing, adding or removing services and people. How does Gradient help with this? 8:14 – Barb and Colin about the importance of PSA software along with the costs and compliance involved in delivering to the client. 11:34 - What is the most important thing Colin has ever learned? This podcast has been brought to you by CDNTechnologies.com. Canada's first and only certified outsourced IT Company where we provide IT Service, IT Support and Cyber Security to businesses all throughout North America from out worldwide headquarters in Oakville, Ontario. Technology and threats change daily, so shift the stress of managing your technology to us, as we're direct to tech 24/7/365. Our mission is to bring you User Friendly, Hands Free, Technology Peace. Call us at 905-542-9759.
We live in an era of near-frictionless design, where incredibly complex pieces of technology — like the smartphone — rarely require an instruction manual. For this we have to thank the world of user-experience, or UX design — a design practice that governs the shape, tactility, look, and understanding of the objects of everyday life. Cliff Kuang is someone who's spent a lot of time thinking about the history and ethics of this field, which recently culminated in the book, User Friendly: How the Hidden Rules of Design are Changing the Way We Live, Work & Play. He joins Blueprint to give us a brief introduction to the world of UX, and why we should all be a lot more critical about what makes design 'friendly'. This was first broadcast on November 27, 2021.
The Holy Temple was the exclusive place for the daily sacrifices, a subject that today might seem outdated. Nevertheless, most of us will attend a Seder and say words that clearly express a desire to once again participate in bringing the Passover Lamb. Listen and learn how this offering historically has been a portal to Redemption and higher consciousness.
In this short excerpt from TVP #154, I talk with Greg from the Meadows & Makers Podcast about The GhostPhones now on offer via Liberty Under Attack Publications. Anonymous Silent.Link phone numbers paid in bitcoin Competition in the mobile privacy space User-friendliness has made it to open source A primer… The post [The GhostPhone] An Overview & Silent.Link (User-Friendly Privacy Phones)(TVP #154 Excerpt) appeared first on The Vonu Podcast.
Zilliqa (ZIL) is a simple cryptocurrency that aims to use sharding to solve the scalability issues facing several blockchains. Sharding, in simple words, is the process of dividing the mining network into smaller pieces or shards that process transactions in parallel. Continue reading on procommun.com
Natural language processing, neural networks, and other technological advancements are expanding our ability to access the world's information. In this episode, User Friendly podcast host Hanish Patel sits down with Google's Pandu Nayak and Deloitte's Ragu Gurumurthy to examine technology's ability to supercharge the types of information we can understand and how that can translate into enterprise value.
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Our world has shifted online and it's important that all of us make cybersecurity a priority. Let's protect ourselves, our communities and our collective future. Remember: Human beings, devices, and applications all have identities. In your business, it is important to identify who your employees are, what account access they have and understanding what can be done with their account privileges and access. The top priority of a business will be to ensure their cybersecurity strategy has enough coverage and adequate protection. Matt Lee of Pax8 discusses how business leaders need to adapt their security strategy to ensure they are well equipped, agile, and resilient enough to face cyber challenges because threats are always changing. 0:00 - Barb's introduction 3:09 - Who are Matt Lee and Pax8? 4:22 - Matt speaks more about having one of the highest certification designations possible in the cyber security space. 7:12 – Matt shares a story about the largest cybersecurity loss he's ever seen. 16:28 – What types of conversations should businesses and executives need to have with their teams for their business to avoid being a victim? 30:07 – What is the most important thing Matt has ever learned? This podcast has been brought to you by CDNTechnologies.com. Canada's first and only certified outsourced IT Company where we provide IT Service, IT Support and Cyber Security to businesses all throughout North America from out worldwide headquarters in Oakville, Ontario. Technology and threats change daily, so shift the stress of managing your technology to us, as we're direct to tech 24/7/365. Our mission is to bring you User Friendly, Hands Free, Technology Peace. Call us at 905-542-9759.
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, host Hanish Patel is joined by Deloitte's Christie Simons, Audit & Assurance TMT industry leader, and Duncan Stewart, director of TMT research at Deloitte Canada, to explore how semiconductor companies can take steps to become more agile and sustain a competitive advantage. They also share their hopeful predictions about the future of semiconductors. Explore the articles discussed in this episode: 2022 semiconductor industry outlook Five fixes for the semiconductor chip shortage 2021 Semiconductor Transformation Study
When it comes to website design, we tend to talk a lot about the importance of good design and good copywriting, but there's something I think is even more important than either of these: user experience. User experience isn't something that is talked about enough. Think about it… if a user is visiting your website and they can't figure out what it is you do, or find where they need to go, then you've lost them before they've had a chance to even read any copy. In this episode, I'm going over 7 ways to make your website user friendly, starting at the very top of your website and going all the way down. Grab your cup of coffee and join us as we talk about: How to make your navigation menu simple and easy The framework of a homepage that will successfully guide a user How to use script fonts without sacrificing readability How to make your call to actions clear and concise Remember, your homepage should serve as an overview for your brand and your business, and the #1 rule is that less is more! Love the episode? ✨ Leave a REVIEW on iTunes to let me know what you thought ✨ SHARE with a friend and on Instagram or Facebook to help support the show ✨ SUBSCRIBE for your weekly fix of tips, tricks, and strategies RESOURCES: Connect with Courtney:
Have you ever locked yourself out of your own system because you can't remember your own password? How do you know you are actually talking to someone from your tech support department? Forced password resets can be a catch 22 because changing your password all the time creates problems and so does not ever changing your password. Announcing Jimmy Hatzell of Quickpass to discuss Password Policy Pitfalls. How Poor Password Practices Plague Personal Protection, Privacy, And Patience. 0:00 Barb's introduction 2:24: Who is Jimmy Hatzell? 3:05: Who is Quickpass and how do they help businesses and organizations? 4:05: How does Quickpass differ from resetting your own password all the time? 8:00: What reverse authentication is and how to verify a caller's identity especially if you are suspicious. 12:35 What is the most important thing Jim Hatzel has ever leaned? This podcast has been brought to you by CDNTechnologies.com. Canada's first and only certified outsourced IT Company where we provide IT Service, IT Support and Cyber Security to businesses all throughout North America from out world wide headquarters in Oakville Ontario. Technology and threats change daily, so shift the stress of managing your technology to us, as we're direct to tech 24-7 /365. Our mission is to bring you User Friendly, Hands Free, Technology Peace. Call us at 905 542 9759.
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, host Hanish Patel is joined by Mic Locker, US Telecom, Media & Entertainment sector leader for Deloitte Consulting, to explore the many different facets of the metaverse and its applications. They also discuss the opportunities, challenges, and future of the metaverse for TMT companies, the tech sector, the creator economy, and more.
These days, everyone's talking about the metaverse. How your company approaches the topic depends on its business and how the metaverse might fit into its business strategy. In this episode, User Friendly podcast host Hanish Patel and Deloitte's Mic Locker, US Telecom, Media & Entertainment sector leader for Deloitte Consulting, explore opportunities and challenges facing TMT companies and the possibilities on the horizon.
In this episode, Mitch Belkin and Daniel Belkin speak with Daniel Burka about his work at Resolve to Save Lives and the project Simple.org, a hypertension reduction application. They discuss the importance of iterative building processes that trial various ideas and then quantifiably measure success. Daniel Burka stresses the importance of understanding the goals of all users--physicians, patients, public healthcare experts--when designing successful healthcare applications.Who is Daniel Burka?Daniel Burka is the director of product and design at Resolve To Save Lives, where he works on the web-based, open-source hypertension reduction application Simple.org. Previously, he was a Design Partner at Google Ventures, the Creative Director for Digg.com, and the Director of Design for Tiny Speck which later became Slack. Among many notable projects, he designed the Firefox logo and Mozilla's website.What is Resolve to Save Lives?Resolve to Save Lives is an initiative to prevent 100 million cardiovascular deaths over the next 30 years. The initiative is funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gates Philanthropy Partners, and the Chan Zuckerberg Foundation. Methods to reduce deaths include hypertension reduction, trans fat elimination, and sodium reduction initiatives. In addition, Resolve to Save Lives aims to increase epidemic preparedness.What is Simple.org?Simple.org is a project of Resolve to Save Lives. It is an ultralight weight electronic health record system designed to manage patients with hypertension and diabetes. As of January 2022, 1.4 million patients in India, Bangladesh, and Ethiopia use the application.References:Daniel Burka's websiteTwitter: @dburkaSimple.orgMedium article on ultralight weight EHRsDaniel Burka's book recommendations for designers ______________________Follow us @ExMedPod, and sign up for our newsletter at www.externalmedicinepodcast.com/subscribeDaniel Belkin and Mitch Belkin are brothers and 4th year medical students. The External Medicine Podcast is a podcast exploring nontraditional medical ideas and innovation.
รีวิวหนังสือ User Friendly : How the hidden rules of design are chaning the way we live, work, and play ตอนที่ 2 เขียนโดย Cliff Kuang และ Robert Fabricant ในส่วนนี้จะพูดถึงเรื่อง Industrialized empathy, Personalization และอันตรายที่เกิดจากการออกแบบประสบการณ์ผู้ใช้ ผู้เขียนยังแนะนำกฎ 8 ข้อที่ทำให้การออกแบบ UX ดีขึ้น --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sakol/message
รีวิวหนังสือ User Friendly : How the hidden rules of design are chaning the way we live, work, and play ตอนที่ 1 เขียนโดย Cliff Kuang และ Robert Fabricant ซึ่ง Cliff Kuang เป็นหัวหน้าด้าน UX ส่วน Robert Fabricant เป็นประธานของ Frog Design ในช่วงแรกจะพูดถึง User friendliness ซึ่งการที่คอมพิวเตอร์หรือผลิตภัณฑ์เข้าใจคน หลังจากนั้นในบทพูดถึงการที่ทำให้ผลิตภัณฑ์ใช้งานง่าย ไม่สับสน มี feedback ลดความผิดพลาดของคน คนเชื่อใจได้ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sakol/message
CENTROIDCNC ACORN UPDATECNC Router Tips Podcast Episode 65: CNCRT65What is the CentroidCNC Acorn? The Acorn is a User Friendly, DIY CNC Control board for Milling Machines, Lathes, Routers Tables and other CNC Machines. In this episode of the CNC Router Tips Podcast Bill Griggs talks about his experiences with the CentroidCNC Acorn. We discuss the Acorn Updates from the earlier version of the CNC Control board to the present version. Some of those features are more relays, status LEDs and removable header sockets. With CNC12 controller software users can control CNC router tables, Milling machines, lathes and more from the same basic interface with modifications for each type of machine. Bill Griggs has also been working on converting a Rhino ST-6 CNC lathe to work with a CentroidCNC Acorn with Closed loop Stepper motors. If you would like more information about CentroidCNC, check out Episode 54. https://www.cncroutertips.com/54The #CNC Router Tips Facebook group has just passed 19,550 members! If you would like to check out the group, join us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/cncroutertipsBill Griggs contact info:Twitter: @BillGriggsWebsite: http://www.cncroutertips.comSHOW NOTES: http://www.cncroutertips.com/65WEBSITES MENTIONEDDisclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase. Please understand that I have experience with all of these companies, books, tools and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you feel you need them or that they will help you achieve your goals.CentroidCNC Acorn https://www.centroidcnc.com/centroid_diy/acorn_cnc_controller.htmlThe Makers Guide http://themakersguide.com#CNC Router Tips https://www.facebook.com/groups/cncroutertips/Mach3 Software http://www.themakersguide.com/home/products/mach3CNC Starter Bit set http://cncroutertips.com/bitsVCarve Demo Video http://cncroutertips.com/demoVCarve Software http://themakersguide.com/vcarve8Triple Edge Finder http://themakersguide.comMaker Masters http://makermasters.comResources http://cncroutertips.com/resourcesYoutube https://www.youtube.com/c/BillGriggs/featured
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ERP systems are perceived to be complex. But why are they so hard to implement and learn? How do usable systems differ from the other complex systems? Does technology play a role in user experience? Why are ERP consultants so expensive, and why are they so critical for an effective ERP implementation? These are some of the questions you will have if you are reviewing a new ERP system today.In Today's episode, we have our guest Ted Needleman, who discusses the role of ERP consultants why they are pivotal for an ERP implementation, and why they play a huge role in user experience and training. He also helps us understand why modern systems are more user-friendly than legacy ones. Finally, he touches on the attributes you should be paying attention to while selecting a usable system.For more information on growth strategies for SMBs using ERP and digital transformation, visit our community at wbs.rocks or elevatiq.com. To ensure that you never miss an episode of the WBS podcast, subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform.
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