MSN Visualizer is the kind of piece that makes you think Microsoft are definitely changing in a good way. It’s that beautiful image inspired design of the Metro style, but this time an interesting play with Flickr and music. The best way to experience it is to just try it out for yourself. As The Verge says, it’s just “mesmerising”.
This new location aware service sounds pretty interesting. It goes beyond auto-check-in and extends location awareness to map the room and space, even the level of the building you are in. But I think what’s most exciting is that they’re opening their API to developers. Super keen to see where this takes the location aware and mobile space.
I played around with the Beta yesterday and I must say I quite like it. The UI is striking yet somehow friendly at the same time, and they’ve made it super easy to get started with suggested traps. I think it is definitely a great resource for strategy research and benchmarking, particularly if you have
Having worked in a company with a very flat organisation structure, this article below is extremely interesting. From my own experience, in lieu of having hierarchy, we’ve had to make do with mentoring relationships instead – which has worked to some degree, though as we’ve grown in size I have definitely felt that it might
So maybe the watch isn’t dead after-all. I’ve been seeing a lot of watches in gadget news lately. I find the integration with the Android phone via Bluetooth an interesting relationship – not to mention the difficulty of designing for such a micro screen. At first glance, looks like they did an OK job of
I’ve always been interested in the Connected Car space. It’s one area that I feel noone has really tapped into… YET – or atleast done well in, aside from some stuff by Pandora and OnStar that I heard about at SXSW 2011.
So this is therefore a really interesting move for Facebook to continue to