Blame the Implementation, Not the Technique

Blame the Implementation, Not the Technique

by Tim Kadlec is spot on in its position that too often the technique is blamed for a poor experience rather than how it was implemented.

In football this would be akin to blaming the coaches play calling when in fact it was the quarterbacks read on the defense that leads to an interception. Plans are only as effective as their execution.

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Mike Donahue

Just a guy that's passionate about creating useful, usable and desirable experiences for all humans. I love nature and wildlife photography, it's my source of artistic expression and inner peace. I live and play in South Florida with my wife Nikki and our girls (dogs) Layla and Cassidy.

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