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Where’d the wireframe go?


User experience designers are very comfortable in the land of architecture diagrams, user flows, and wireframes. We love our black-and-white drawings that specify interaction. And this is a problem. One of my key realizations from last week’s UX...
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Best Thing about the Salesforce-Google Toolkit


As you probably know, Salesforce announced the Google Data API Toolkit on Monday.  The new Force.com Toolkit for Google Data APIs provides a free and open-source set of tools and services that developers can use to take advantage of Google Data APIs...
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Congratulations to Citysearch!


When a long-standing Internet brand and IAC property redesigns, it’s bound to garner much buzz and attention. Citysearch, a pioneer in the local search market, recently unveiled the beta of their site redesign. Adaptive Path is thrilled to see the...
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Employees asked to write self-appraisals?


I used to think that asking employees to create self-appraisals was a great idea. I used to encourage organizations to make self-appraisal a regular component of their performance management processes. But in the last few years, I’ve changed my...
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How long should your employee performance review t


One of the most common questions I get is "how long should we put aside for the actual review". My answer is it depends on a number of...
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Google goes to the Amazon


Last month, a group of Googlers traveled to Brazil, to conduct our first-ever project in the Amazon. Organized by our Google Earth Outreach team, we went at the special invitation of Amazon Chief Almir Naramayoga Surui, who'd invited us down to...
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