If you work in customer experience, digital product or run your own business, then these will strike a chord with you, and should be remembered at all time. The devil is always in the detail Devil in the Detail by David Delahunty What goes up, can always go down – always focus on moving onwards … Continue reading Things to remember
… Matej’s view of the Matterhorn was slightly better than mine. Human scale triumphed by nature, again. Matterhorn reflection by Matej Lovíšek
Article of the day: Digital first isn’t an option for media — it’s the only way forward — from @gigaom Thoughts from the author: Having worked within The Economist going through large digital focused change (and leading some of it!) I can understand entirely where traditional publishers are coming from … there is a history, … Continue reading Digital first isn’t an option for media, it’s the only way forward
This infographic from litmus asks the question; “Has your Audience gone mobile?” and for the majority of user interaction and experience the answers is a resounding ‘yes’, but for 1:1 trusted digital communication (i.e. email and messaging) the answer used to be ‘sort of’. But, this is no longer the case. The simple and easy … Continue reading Death of the PC for 1:1 communication?
One of the most awe inspiring and beautiful views in the world is the Matterhorn on a bright, crisp, sunny morning from Zermatt. It makes one appreciate your scale in the world at large and also that anything is possible. Will miss the mountains and their beautiful vistas, but taking with you the scale and … Continue reading Thought from the mountains
In the world of Grand Designs, architectural temples to sport, culture and governance and the rise of the ‘self help soundbite’, this book from Princeton Architectural Press provides a timely insight in the thinking and approach of world renowned architects. There is a certain emotional attachment to great architecture, which should be applied to digital experiences. … Continue reading Inspiration from architects
Following on from the Google research, Pew Internet in the UK have looked into smartphone and tablet activity with The Economist. No real surprises, but the weekly and daily ‘news fix’ is obviously moving away from the TV and computer