#BLPLearn is our way of saving all of the great content our team curates… and sharing it with the wider community. We’ll take the best articles shared by our Learning Services, Multimedia, and Product Development teams in their weekly meetings and include them in the weekly #BLPLearn blog. We’ll usually include some commentary from the original team member who found the article, too.

Our goal is to make the weekly #BLPLearn blog a dependable source for quality, curated L&D content. Check back every Thursday.


Rather than restricting the social media conversation to a 30 minute window, we’re inviting everyone inside and outside BLP to share interesting links, thoughts, and articles with the #BLPLearn hashtag on Twitter. We’ll check the feed once a week and include the best articles submitted via Twitter in the post, too.


Now that introductions are out of the way, let’s dive in to this week’s articles:

Different Testing Approaches for Mobile Games
Submitted by Jackie Crofts, Multimedia Developer

As we make more mobile solutions, we’ll also be testing more mobile solutions. We’ve been talking more about streamlining the testing process, and mobile will be almost like a whole new beast since it involves testing on different devices than we normally do. Some of the article is over my head, but it seems to have some good processes to keep in mind, even if we are already aware of them.

Different Testing Approaches for Mobile Games

Being Productive & How to Disagree (Without Being a Jerk)
Submitted by Kendell Lett, Learning Designer

Taking a little break from the tech articles to focus a bit on process and productivity. This first article came up yesterday when I was talking with my team and (aside from the great title), I thought there were some good ideas here. I personally liked the idea of the sparring structure, particularly for teams who may have a difficult time speaking up, voicing their opinions, or disagreeing with a team lead or PM. What do you guys think? Useful or over engineering?

How to Disagree (Without Being a Jerk)

This second one was something I came across last year, but for me and my team, it is becoming relevant now as our board is beginning to look very full and scary. I know that we’ve probably heard most of these before, but now you’re hearing them from an expert.

How to be the most productive person in your office — and still get home by 5:30 p.m.

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