As I mentioned in my blog a few days ago, I’m heading to the Big Apple to speak at the World Usability Day event in New York. It should be a great session. Here’s a shout-out to the event organizers — Mark Safire (from JPMorgan Chase) and Tammy Sachs (from Sachs Insights) — who have worked tirelesly doing a great job to pull together the event.
In honor of the day, I’d like to challenge all of the readers of this blog (that means you) to do something today that makes life easier for other people. It can be something for customers, co-workers, friends, or family. You decide what it is and who you want to do it for — just do something.
This year’s topic for World Usability Day is healthcare. So if you’re in the healthcare industry, feel free to do even more.
As Mahatma Gandhi said…
Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.
The bottom line: Take advantage of World Usability Day to make a difference!