By School of Thought
The way we gather…matters.
This year, more than any other in recent history, has reinvented the ways we gather. One thing that became abundantly clear: we do not need to gather more; we need to gather better. And, in many cases, we need to gather (and perhaps engage in many things ) less.
To solve big-scale design problems, Don Norman recommends engaging with the community that has these problems and leveraging existing creativity and experience.
- 🌈 The future of professional community roles — Rosie Sherry
- 🌈 Are forums inherently a bad way to build real community? — Rosie Sherry
- Is the Future of Events Small and Destination-Oriented? — A Media Operator
- Why Community-Led Product Development Wins — Peter Yang
- How The Dallas Morning News expanded its hyperlocal journalism through a web hub and newsletter initiative — Better News
- The Classroom is a Community of Trust — Ed Ayers
- The importance of “how” in developer messaging — Matthew Revell
- This company specializes in turning industry conferences into podcasts — Simon Owen
- I disagree with most of my friends (and they’re still my friends) — Paul LeCrone
- Daily Detroit is proving there’s a market for local podcasts — Simon Owen
- Overcoming FMD [Founding Member Dilemma] — Patrick McCrann
- How to grow decentralized communities — Peter ‘pet3rpan’
- Inside Discord’s risky push to position itself as the anti-Facebook — Fast Company
- 'Among Us' will borrow from its mod community to stay relevant — Engadget
- 079: How to build a membership community program - with Najva Sol — Membership Maker
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Community — Meetup.com
- Creating Meaningful Online Communities — Tropical MBA
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