Logic+Emotion: How To Think And Communicate Visually.
This is a great article with some key tips. Thinking visually is something I’ve been recently reading many books about, as I think it is quite a critical part of the UX process, and in particular learning how to express ideas and concepts in a visual manner that
Looks like the Companion App space is heating up. Startup Umami is launching today with a companion service for Nat Geo. It does a similar audio syncing service as IntoNow, and integrates all sorts of social TV and companion info for a show.
MyFord Touch revamp supports tablets, Audible, more | Electronista.
I’ve never fully understood why the interfaces designed in this space (connected car) are so ugly. But this recent revamp atleast looks like its headed in the right direction. Definitely would be an interesting space to work in, and is being influenced by trends in touch
I didn’t even realise Yahoo acquired this, but apparently this launched on Tuesday.
Companion apps are the next big thing – and automated syncing is going to be key. IntoNow uses a Shazam like audio syncing to determine what you’re watching. We just had a play with this in the office and it’s pretty amazing
This pretty much just feels like Google goggles, and even I played with that for a bit and never used it again. The use case mentioned seems plausible, but I also like to think that price is not always the only factor to consider. Immediacy of a purchase can outweight any given “savings”, unless it’s