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Found on the Web: Mobile Platform Updates & Goodies & Tech Throwbacks

Found on the Web: Mobile Platform Updates & Goodies & Tech Throwbacks

iPhone Hacks has a rather nice and extensive list of all the new features and design changes for iOS 7.7. There's some nicely added new features with the update such as a buy album button iTunes. For further depth in designing for iOS, Luke W goes into great detail some of the benefits and negatives ...
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Addictions: Glitch

Addictions: Glitch

Categories Gaming
Glitch by Tiny Speck is the latest game, currently in beta, to capture my attention and much of my time. Trailer below: I first learned about Glitch through my friend, Shelly Bowman, after sign up I immediately fell in love with this cute little browser based massive multi-player game. You can ...
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Censoring Craigslist

Censoring Craigslist

This is a quick and dirty post meant to capture some quick thoughts about Craigslist pulling down their Adult Services section.Fact Company recently posted about Craigslist going to Washington. The article points out:Civil litigators have been considering class action lawsuits on behalf of minors wh ...
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UX Video of the Week: Singing the Body Electric

UX Video of the Week: Singing the Body Electric

Fabio Sergio (frog design) talks about some fascinating (albeit uncomfortable) future scenarios. What will it be like when your body is a node in the network? (Frontiers of Interaction V.)With the latest in technology it could change the way we live, hear, and interact with the world around us. Ever ...
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UX Video of the Week: The Social Media Revolution

UX Video of the Week: The Social Media Revolution

I'm rather far behind on the weekly UX Videos so I'll "catch up" simply by starting my posts again. I ran across this video and am amazed by the facts.We have a fundamental shift on our hands of how we communicate with each other locally and internationally.Similar to having a web site is required t ...
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Rethinking my Blog: Girls & Games

Rethinking my Blog: Girls & Games

I came home today from playing soccer, injured.  If you know me, then you know that is not all that uncommon. I may regret this in the morning. Or perhaps not as it got me inspired to blog.First I want to state that for 2010 I think I will be talking about User Experience in a more generalized way. ...
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Why is design so important?

Why is design so important?

In terms of business sytems... (in the larger sense - ie corporate identity, databases, web sites, software, intranet, etc)If a system works and runs as it should, why is the design important?What about design will set apart one system to another?Why is it we "need" design in everyday things we use ...
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Clay Shirky: Group is its Own Worse Enemy

Clay Shirky: Group is its Own Worse Enemy

The Shirky article is very interesting.Customer/Group dynamics on any system whether simple web blog or a robust business system will always create the community the ensues.I spent a lot of time working with business systems and improving them.Talking to customers and trying to find out what thier u ...
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Mobile Technology

Mobile Technology

Categories Gaming, Mobile
Mobile games take a step forwardGames on mobile phones have come a long way since Snake or endless knock-offs of arcade classics such as Asteroids and Space Invaders.Now many of the big name titles first created for consoles and PCs are turning up in shrunken versions for handsets that an increasing ...
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Let’s Make a Tech Deal

Let’s Make a Tech Deal

After a five-year hiatus, tech's biggest players are snapping up startups. Broadband and solid business models have everything to do with it Mergers are popping up across the vast landscape of the tech market. On Sept. 12, online-auction giant eBay (EBAY ) announced that it would pay $2.6 billion in ...
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