I've got tips to add to one of the articles - how do I do that?
Add a comment. If I think the tips you add are super-important, I might update the article to reflect this (with attribution).
I've got issues with what you wrote - I want to tell you about them.
OK, add a comment. That's what community is all about. If it's a long issue, write a posting on your blog and link to my article so that the backlink shows up. If you prefer, you can send me e-mail about factual errors and typos, but keep the practical and philosophical arguments public so that everyone can learn from them.
Who are you?
See the about page.
How do I know whether to trust what you write?
Don't trust it, try it. The methods I write about on this site are ones I use with teams. I make my living by helping development teams get user-centered. This is my way of giving back to the community.
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Can I use the information on this site in my own work?
All the original information on this site is Copyright (C) 2011 Chris Nodder Consulting LLC and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike, so if your use is not for commercial gain, cites me as the author, and is also shared under a similar license, go ahead. If your proposed use wouldn't fall into those categories, get in touch and let me know what your plans are.
What's up with the crazy site design?
Yeah. Google added a dynamic view option to Blogger