Courses I'd like to teach

(... but no one asks me to teach : )

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Topic Title Intended audience
Common sense 101 Why you should annoy power power users for no good reason. A certain ad delivery company with an attached search engine that keeps getting worse
UX How to please all your customers at once - Sensible defaults and the forgotten art of making your software configurable. Anyone working with UX at more or less any modern software company
Amazing insights / UX: Your customers might not be as smart as you but most of them aren't braindead - and other amazing facts from the field. UX-ers, SysAdmins and programmers
Common sense 101 Continue to be the best - by not nerfing your almost-perfect product Anyone working with UX at more or less any modern software company
Common sense 101 A guide to not storing data you don't need to serve your users - a practical guide to not getting fined by EU while also getting rid of dumb disclaimers that won't help you anyway when regulators get fed up Everyone who has a GDPR popup with default opt in to one (or more likely more than 100 different trackers)
Amazing insights Why customers who have already bought a dishwasher won't buy a new one however much you advertise for them the rest of the month (and other great secrets from marketing 101). Most adtech companies and ad buyers
Common sense 101 The long-term benefits of serving ads that actually provides value - or why you'd want to sell some ads to other companies than scammy dating sites even if they are currently the easiest ones to fleece by showing expensive ads to customers who aren't interested at all. Ad-tech companies, and that big one with the attached search engine in particular.

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