“We think the Mac will sell zillions, but we didn’t build the Mac for anybody else. We built it for ourselves. We were the group of people who were going to judge whether it was great or not. We weren’t going to go out and do market research. We just wanted to build the best […]Read More Visionary
I had huge amount of traffic and discussions of Evernote forum regarding the app I’m working on. Some people say it should integrate To Do lists like Remember the milk, but I am more fond of Cheddar App. Both of them have APIs. I am curious to see where is all this going to?Read More Getting things done
It’s been a while since I have been doing this stuff. And it was a big deal of thinking about ways to improve the way I fulfil my daily activities. I ended up brainstorming a pretty interesting concept. Everything we do in life is related to some people and some tasks / files / notes […]Read More It’s time
I’ve been reading a lot these days about a good, disruptive launch. There are many way, mostly press/media related. But what is most important than being in the XX blog, is that you really launch with a pretty good user database, able to spread fast. That means – a bunch of early adopters and tech […]Read More Improve your startup launch
It’s been a big month for the evolution of the personalised web, led by Mark Zuckerberg and the unveiling of Graph Search. Much as the product has been lauded – it filling a gap in social search that we didn’t even really know existed – it has also been met with some criticism, not least […]Read More Will the personalised Web destroy discovery?
I view UX as a discipline in that it is rooted in research, methods and instructions. Much the same way Physics or English is rooted. UX is based on the user’s interactions and response, and while UX is made up of UI, IA, IxD and other elements, the instructions given to Design and Development outline […]Read More Defining a new idea – UX Discipline
When I was studying computer science in college, I had one extremely tough professor. His name was Dr. Maxey and he taught the more complicated courses like data structures and computer architecture. He was a wonderful teacher with a talent for articulating difficult concepts, but also an extremely tough grader. Not only would he look […]Read More Why Coding Style Matters