The vast majority of Americans will tell you they’ve listened to the radio in the last week. The dominant media inside people’s cars, radio has a reach second only to TV. And while radio has been on the decline for some time, the kinds of declines people talk about are mainly in terrestrial radio, or […]
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I’ve had multiple fitness trackers over the years. I started with the original Jawbone, the one that broke and ended up in massive recalls. Then I tried a Fitbit, then back to the Jawbone UP 2.0 and now an UP 24. I don’t like either of them, I never do anything with the data, and […]
Parallax effects, photo sliders and calendars suck, and yet everyone keeps using them. It’s time to stop.
Well, I guess our work sucks. Time to go open a bakery or something.
We’re working to eliminate typos, small errors, and other piddly mistakes that come up in day-to-day work through a process we call Content Review.
How a flood in 2006 taught me what I didn’t know about design and why I use “The Dad Test” on anything I build today.