That’s not a strategy. That’s two strategies connected by the word ‘and.’
Found in the ALA archives: Mark Bernstein, 2002:
Write for a reason, and know why you write.
The only important thing about design is how it relates to people.
A deadline has a wonderful way of concentrating the mind.
User testing has taught us that searchers much prefer the view-all, single-page version of content over a component page containing only a portion of the same information with arbitrary page breaks (which cause the user to click “next” and load another URL).
Kristen Smaby speaks the truth:
Your customers are the reason your company exists.
What makes a designer a designer is an inability to resist solving problems, and services is still a great way to get exposure to many different kinds of irresistible problems — and to learn a lot about subject matter areas that most in-house designers will never get to touch.
Lovely piece from Michael Agger:
Serious writing is at once a thinking task, a language task, and a memory task.