Monthly Archives: January 2013

The market Moved!

A month ago I posted about the MS Surface and how it looked like something out of the movie “Idiocracy” (But it has electrolytes!). I wanted to evaluate the device and explore how it responded to our software. Between the … Continue reading

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Driving to Mobile? Beware the natives.

What is the best way to make the transition towards getting your application to tablets and smartphones? There are three basic options. Oh and by the way you’re going to have to write that API, there’s just no way around … Continue reading

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But it has electrolytes!

I will soon have the chance to do some testing on a Surface Tablet to see how compatible it is with our current product. Mostly, it’s an exercise to arm a salesperson with the phrase, “why, yes, our application does … Continue reading

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The Back of the Napkin

The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures ~ Dan Roam This book is for any of us that have ever needed to stand in front of a group of people and make a complex idea … Continue reading

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Choose a lane there buddy!

Grab a pencil and paper, here’s a cool exercise.  Regardless of how dominant your left or right brain might be, this is a fun exercise to demonstrate why changing sides in your head is difficult for everyone.  – On your piece … Continue reading

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Just because it fits doesn’t mean it should go there.

We’ve all had a stakeholder request something be added into some area that appears empty. It goes something like this: “Look, It’ll fit right here in this empty space. How tidy is that!” While pointing to a color printout. “It … Continue reading

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Made to Stick

Made to Stick:Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die ~ Chip Heath and Dan Heath Insight into why do some ideas thrive while others die. Also some good ways to improve the chances of worthy ideas. A great read if you … Continue reading

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