Posts filed under “interface design”

I Would Love to Love Spore

Let me start by saying I’ve rarely been as disappointed with an online experience and customer service as I currently am with those of Electronic Arts. Frankly, I’m pissed off. If you’re rant-squemish, look away. Update: see below. I was at dConstruct last week, and one of the speakers I enjoyed the most was Aleks […]

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Designing the Message

Just before Stowe Boyd asked me to blog on /message last week, he sent me this tweet: hey bro. Nice Tumblr template. I am interested in a reworking of my /Message typepad stuff. Ideas? Costs? Stowe and I met, very briefly, last year at Reboot. I was impressed by his talk and we exchanged a […]

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Invasion of the Feed Readers

Update: based on this article Feedly has made some changes (and damned fast, 5.5 hours) to the first-time experience. Make sure to read the comments. So everyone has been talking about Feedly. It’s a Firefox plugin that gathers your feeds from Google Reader, does some magic, and tries to present all the articles you love […]

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Naked Relaunch, Part I

Warning: if you’re reading this in the feed, it won’t make much sense. You might want to have a look at the site. Gah! What happened?! Suddenly my blog looks like crap! Right? Don’t panic. Your browser is not broken. I didn’t delete my stylesheet either. I’ve been thinking about it for a while, and […]

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You’re Being Watched

Back at Reboot I met the amiable guys from seto, Jan & Tobias. Reboot’s the kind of place where almost everyone’s got a project they’re endlessly excited about, and these guys were no exception. During a coffee break they whipped a laptop out and gave me an impromptu demo of their product, mpathy. If website […]

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