I just wanted to say I’m very impressed at the depth and work put into making this article seem like it wasn’t plagiarized from this article https://medium.com/this-also/designing-for-television-part-1-54508432830f 👏 bravo, guy
Wording is important, so apologies for the confusion, and to clarify: What we’re focused on is solving problems for a group of people that have shown a recent interest in activism, and end up forming a new user type in the space. That group requires a more direct sense of productivity to maintain engagement, part of which can be done through things…
Interesting! The products I’ve been looking into are more in the realm of direct activism, but information and context play such a large role in how we make decisions about our actions. Discovery is a really hard problem to solve for anybody though (let alone the government).
And not to say I wasn’t totally ignored at times (this was from a few years back), but I’m not lucky. I work very hard to put myself in a position to illicit responses, “no” or otherwise.
“no”s was referring to spoken and unspoken – either way, see “I don’t even know why it happened sometimes,” Frustrating but I’ve since learned that most reasoning behind silence on this topic is for legal purposes.
Facebook knows you super well! If they share their knowledge of you with a brand, and the brand handles it well, it could provide a better experience. Or it be very creepy. Privacy vs. curation.