10 pieces of tech speak we should trash in 2015
glad to read that ‘disruption’ is one of them.
Time to circle back, tear down silos and pivot on those deliverables: 2014 was a banner year for the tech industry — at least when it came to spouting jargon. And while everyone has finally dropped the dreaded “open the kimono,” a whole new series of cliches are on the march.
So for the good of tech types everywhere, here’s a ranked list of overused phrases from last year that we can all stop saying (or say a little less) in 2015. Feel free to add any of your own in the comments below.
10) We take users on a journey
Unless your company sells cars, boats or hoverboards, it’s a good bet your company doesn’t take users far beyond their living rooms. So skip the cliched travel metaphors and just say what the damn product does.
9) “Like peanut butter and chocolate”
This phrase is popping up as a way for big tech company execs to describe the serendipitous discovery of…
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