I just ordered my personal calling cards from moo.com, and I loved every minute of the user experience. The site has a clean interface that's easy to navigate, the designing process was fun, the ordering process was easy, and (here's the geek in me) best of all, the confirmation email was cute beyond words. Here's … Continue reading Moo.com | a great experience
Google’s Fast Flip – a statement on the future of print?
Google has recently introduced a new experimental product in Google Labs called Fast Flip. It's a news reading service that allows users to scan pages from the sites of Google's print partners. The idea is to replicate the experience of physically flipping through magazine or newspaper.Fast Flip's mission is interesting to me in our so-called … Continue reading Google’s Fast Flip – a statement on the future of print?
Are methodologies scalable?
Requirements gathering is one of those steps in any project that can't be missed. Whether it's conducted vigorously and methodically, haphazardly and unconscious, it's done.It doesn't matter whether you're ordering a hamburger at Harvey's or a web site build: the person taking your order needs to gather your requirements. When you go to Harvey's, you … Continue reading Are methodologies scalable?