digital development

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Good friction

Good friction makes for more memorable and unusual experiences. Digital processes work to eliminate all friction, including the good points.

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Simplify paths

Simplify paths by eliminating distractions. Get rid of the extraneous, and make the next step clear. Paths are effective because they are a clear way through an otherwise difficult crossing.

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Uncover what's unseen

Seek out what's unseen. Develop ways to interpret this to a meaningful format for humans.

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Balanced building

If a project is made to do something for others, make sure to get feedback along the way. It's hard to build in a silo, particularly if it's meant for others.

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Defending data

Defend it because it has internal value, regardless of perceived value from others. Don't give opportunity for others to control vital parts. Make it more trouble than it's worth.

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Bigger strides

Utilize the time effectively by taking swings in areas that look like potential opportunities. Make the swings worthwhile, and go after the right opportunities.

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Purple cows turn heads

Give people a reason to notice and make it exceedingly clear. Don't expect people to notice a different arrangement of the same spots.

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Further than currently possible

Stretch beyond the boundaries currently in place. Overcome limitations with additional resources. Look further than the current conditions make readily apparent.

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Create projects too good to ignore

Make better things. Do better work. Demonstrate the possibilities.

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Digital solutions get better over time

Put effort into solutions that get better over time, and don't depend on manual maintenance.

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