customized Nintendo Game Boy by artist Oskunk :: via custom-art.blogspot.com
As of today, we’re at 12% usage worldwide. So close to killing that terribly old piece of software.
Friends don’t let friends use IE6
A much needed aesthetic update and some other goodies were introduced to my phone this morning as I updated to the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. Poking around I found a few new settings, a snappier experience, and overall nice update. Way to go Google! *Thumbs up*
…someone who facilitates a client’s goals. Design means the culmination of history, theory, and critical thinking to solve a problem in a fantastic way. A designer is trained in the ideas of many before them and mixes this knowledge with their own personal stamp.
A designer is not an extension of the client’s hand. Knowing design programs is not the goal. A client does’t guide the designer. In the best scenario, the two work together to achieve something great and in doing so, provide each other with a wealth of beneficial experience.
UX is one of the most important fields in business today. Here is a great example of what one company did in order to promote a bike shop. By creating a more interactive and engaging experience, you bring customers into your world and build much stronger relationships. Something lost in the retail process these days is the lack of engagement. Here’s to bringing business into a new era.
I’m the kind of nerd that spends a lot on his rig. Sometimes I snap off a picture or two inside the case because I’ve always loved the lights and the feel of industrial architecture. A quick snap with a new lens, but it turned out pretty cool.
Circuit City, the Land of Electrons
I’ve saved motherboards and random PCB’s from a ton of broken or obsolete electronics throughout the years. I’m talking a few big boxes full. I ended up finding them while packing some things up the other day and decided to make a city out of the pieces. In our society we often function in the exact same ways a computer does. Our cities bustle with activity that from a macro perspective looks like a neat little order. I wanted to try and capture a tangent of that reality.