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Published on Jan 26, 2018 04:34 am
For The Verge, I wrote about Facebook’s news trustworthiness survey. While its brevity is gaining attention, the real issue with the Facebook survey is poor editing:
For their paean to minimalism, I salute the team behind this survey. However, the problem here isn’t that the survey is short. Rather, the two survey questions are phrased poorly.
I want to take a second to admit how surreal it is to open this update with “For The Verge.” When I was finishing grad school, The Verge launched. I knew immediately that it would become one of my favorite websites, and came very, very close to introducing myself via email to see what use they might have for a UX researcher or designer. That I ended up working with and contributing to The Verge a few short years later is a career highlight.
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