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It takes 28 days to form a habit. Today I’ll share seven tips you can use to create a product that users will want to form a habit around.
Have you ever owned a chainsaw? When I was a teenager, I was helping my dad with something in the garage. I don’t remember what we were working on, but I do remember it was the last thing on Earth I wanted to be doing. Since this was before social media and mobile phones were the distractions they are today, I found myself reading the instruction manual of our chainsaw. While wading through pages of safety disclaimers, I came across one that made me pause.
“Do not attempt to stop chain with hands.”
Last week we launched Connect4Learning, the first component of a multi-staged rollout for a groundbreaking interdisciplinary prekindergarten curriculum by Kaplan Early Learning Company.
Last week we helped the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) launch the new Aspirations in Computing website. Ruthe Farmer, NCWIT's Director of Strategic Initiatives and a White House Champion of Change for Tech Inclusion, spearheads the Aspirations initiative.
Last week we launched the Center for Education Innovations, an online platform that provides data, context, and analysis for education programs all over the world.
This December, the Stanford Alumni Association selected Aten Design Group as its design and development partner to help build the digital counterpart for Stanford+Connects, an amazing program of alumni events being rolled out over the next several years. With events scheduled for major cities all over the world, plus a compelling series of releases planned for the web, Stanford+Connects aims to bring the very best of Stanford together all over the world — both physically and online. Last week, we launched Phase 1 of the digital experience.
Over the past eight years, Aten has had the privilege of working with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation to design, develop, and maintain the Kids Zone, an online experience that leverages imaginative characters, games, activities, and interactive storytelling to engage kids with colonial content. We're thrilled to introduce the latest Kids Zone addition: Treasure Trek, a fun and educational online scavenger hunt that is built on some great web technologies.