My thoughts on Econsultancy: > Furthermore, because Twitter Cards can be based on existing metadata of websites, they can be simply generated at scale. For example, Amazon can immediately translate any product listing into an accompanying Card. At that stage, what’s to stop you making a page of the cards,
Not interesting: * colours * cheap vs expensive * ‘flat’ design/ transparency/ parallax effects * 64 bit processor Interesting: TouchID + Bluetooth Low Energy (iBeacons [http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/11/4718082/ios-7-ibeacons-could-solve-indoor-mapping-make-shopping-better] ) Apple just put a method in your pocket to verify your identity instantly with any device it can connect to through
New Gmail got me thinking [https://medium.com/product-design/c356a2b806e2]: > Alongside archive/ action, now there’s a third, lower maintenance option: scan the subject lines. They say decreasing decision fatigue helps you concentrate on the things that matter — and I think the new Gmail represents a step in that direction.
From my article on Medium: [https://medium.com/the-media-landscape/6d871c287663] > After years of working with journalists and writing myself, the challenge of composing emails that stand out in the right way has become something of an obsession. But I wonder, could you design an email client for journalists that did
From my post on Medium: [https://medium.com/mobile-culture/9d242155ad60] > Even with a good regime of folders, the front page of my iPhone homescreen is almost like a rundown of responsibilities and considerations. Mailbox, Fantastical and Reminders. Feedly, Instapaper and Reddit. Vine, Instagram and Facebook. Tweetbot. There’s something about
From my latest on Medium: [https://medium.com/the-world-according-to-glass/a848536efc15] > Smartphones rose to power because they took a device you always had with you and crammed it full of extra value. These portable computers used the ‘phone’ concept as a trojan horse at just the right time of mobile data,
Initial thoughts on the Microsoft Surface tablets, announced yesterday (read up at The Verge. [http://www.theverge.com/2012/6/18/3095683/microsoft-surface-tablet-versus-ipad-android] ) Warning: There are some generalisations ahead but I think they are ones we can all live with… #perksofnotbeingafulltimejourno MARKET Firstly: you aren’t going to buy a
Despite everything else that has changed in the workplace over the years, the ability to have good ideas is still the differentiator that can launch your pitch, project or business onto another level. But with access to funnels of information that previous generations couldn’t imagine, today’s challenge has
An interesting Tweetversation has been going on between a couple of leading UK tech journos Chris Davies [http://twitter.com/c_davies] (from SlashGear [http://slashgear.com]) and Mic Wright [http://twitter.com/brokenbottleboy] ( freelancer [http://brokenbottleboy.tumblr.com/]for the likes of Wired [http://www.wired.co.uk/] & co.