Metrics can be a touchy subject in design. When I say things like, “Designers should embrace A/B testing” or “Metrics can improve design,” I often hear…

Earlier today I tweeted a link to Andy Rutledge’s latest entry, “Web Design is Product Design" which, in the first line, offended at least 50 of my followers on Twitter:

A designer who does not…

The search for a wooden toy that engages the attention of a kid past the age of 3 often ends with plunking down $150 for a Wii. (Hey, at least it’s fun for the whole family.) That money might be…

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If Steve Job’s even knew Roku existed he’d be opining that casual games will never work on the TV, even as he readies his AppleTV casual gaming update. The casual revolution TV…

The dynamic trio and their team of volunteer editors, sketch artists, photographers, writers, reporters and poets are at it again — the 48-hour, user-generated Longshot Magazine will be…


The Data Liberation Front – a team of engineers at Google tasked with making it easier for users to move their data in and out of Google products – has…

I’ve got 3 JSTalk scripts for Acorn that any iOS developer or designer will find handy. What they will do is take the current Acorn image and save it as an optimized PNG (running it through…

In the curation nation, author Steve Rosenbaum says, computerization is on its way out, and people are marching in.

Human attention is a scarce commodity in this flashy, New Thing Comes Out Every Day™ world we live in. Startups that dominate the blog headlines one day may be all but forgotten a mere 24 hours…

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As usual, Matt Thompson really understands the issues of the academy and the journalism industry. The idea of connecting professional journalists and researchers makes too much…