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This is a guest post written by Joel Zaslofsky, author of Experience Curating.
How to Make “Put It in a Spreadsheet” Who You Are (and Not Just What You Do)
It seemed like a crazy question:
Could I use my passion for Excel as motivation to transform my leaky brain from a weakness into a strength?
Sure, I already had a fifteen year love affair going with Excel.
Every other email I sent to my co-workers had an attached Excel spreadsheet. And when I wasn’t using Excel for work purposes, I was using it for grocery list templates or budget tracking.
But I had to discover the answer to my crazy question.
So I told my wife Melinda in January 2012, “Honey, this is the year I put it in a spreadsheet!”Continue »
Ok. This is quick and short. What is the most weird, unusual, out of the world thing you have used excel for?
I have used excel to generate and clean a list of tags for this blog, to keep track of which movies I have seen in the IMDb Top 250 list, to simulate monopoly board game, just so I can play it better than my wife 😉 etc.
What about you? Share using comments.Continue »
Here is an interesting use of Excel. Use it to design User Interface Prototypes. A UI Prototype is one of the steps we do while developing systems. It contains a clear and detailed user interface mocked up so that we can clearly find-out how end-users would react to such a system. Now, there are a […]Continue »