Is genuinely good design so unintuitive that in 2011 we still haven’t nailed the user experience for doors yet?
From the archives: the most ridiculous rejection letter I’ve ever received.
Here’s the talk I gave at TEDxEastsidePrep: “Can Skateboarding Save Our Schools?” I also highly recommend watching Shawn Cornally‘s talk “Pointslessness: The Future of Education Without Coercion or Toy Economies” which overlapped with many of the ideas in my talk but from a completely different perspective.
Spelling bees exist because we use our alphabet in a way that makes spelling difficult.
They Might Be Giants posted one of my old skate videos on their Facebook page?
Blizzard of 2011
Just go to the library or raid your friends’ bookshelves or head to a bookstore to start reading one of these books. It’s one small thing you can do to change how we think about solving problems in education.
The cover story of this week’s Chicago Reader is about…me? After reading the article, I thought the sections about Dr. Richard “Pip” Potter needed clarification, so here’s my brief response.
The BelafonTae is the most precisely engineered skateboard in the world.