Category Archives: UX

Getting Glass

Back in February of this year, Google commenced with a kind of contest. They were seeking Explorers for their next step into the future of interactivity. This was Project Glass. To enter, you needed only to communicate in a way you were already. Via Twitter, send a message out into the ether describing just how […]

That One Time When Seth Godin Was Wrong

Where to begin? I’ve an immense respect for Seth Godin. The man is a genius and has done miracles and wonders for all of us in this beautiful Information Age. And while there’ve been times when I found him a bit nebulous in his advice, I thought never to find myself opposed entirely. But here […]