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Complexity Multiplies

by Rick on August 3, 2013

in Design

Have you ever noticed that complexity breeds more complexity? That’s all … Rick

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Whats with Skeuomorphism?

by Rick on January 29, 2013

in Design

This may be the best article I have seen on Skeuomorphism, and it contains great links too.  Are we about to see a ‘skeuomorphic-free, all-aluminium iOS 7?’ You ask, ‘what is Skeuomorphism?’ It sounds like a life threatening disease. To be honest, I think the tech community has gone overboard on this. Rene Ritchie of […]

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I have been accused of being an Apple Fanboy.  I  admit to owning a number of ‘i-things’, but nothing like this: 25 Signs That You Might Be An Apple Fanboy.  I do not have an Apple tattoo, no Mac-couch, or any of the items on this list. I am guilty of enjoying Apple products.  What […]

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Check out this Web Browser market share data: From April 2009 until the end of February 2010, Internet Explorer lost 6 points. Market share for other Browsers was flat, with modest gains in a few cases. The biggest winner: Google Chrome which appears to have take share almost exclusively from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.   Browser Market […]

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I wish I had coined that phrase. I ran across it earlier today in a BusinessWeek ‘special report’ that I received by email. It was written by Dave McClure (well done Dave). I agree with Dave and I am not going to rehash his comments. I  recommend that you read his article, along with the […]

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