读过 The Laws of Simplicity
Organization makes a system of many appear fewer.
Seeing the forest(s) from the trees is a common goal that is made easier by an ad hoc process I call slip: sort, label, integrate, prioritize.
Groups are good; too many groups are bad because they counteract the goal of grouping in the first place. Blurred groupings are powerful because they can appear even more simple, but at the cost of becoming more abstract, less concrete.引自 Law 2 Organize
SHE: shrink, hide, embody. Shirnk: Making things smaller doesn’t make them necessarily...
TEN LAWS 1 reduce The simplest way to achieve simplicity is through thoughtful reductio...