Beautiful web design
Beautiful web design
Why can’t great smartwatches look like normal watches? Smartwatches, for the most part, can be divided into two categories: vague approximations of the future like the Pebble, Gear, and Gear Fit,…
A most succinct summation of the Whatsapp deal, and Facebook’s future.
It’s not enough to start up a content marketing department: these skills and principles must permeate the entire organisation
From the Walkman to the PlayStation, the Watchman to the Aibo, Sony has released quite a few legendary products over the years. Here’s our look back at some of the best. By Samuel Gibbs and Helienne Lindvall
Fascinating to be reminded of how advanced some of Sonys ideas were. They were so close to doing what Apple succeeded in. Explains why Jobs was so into Vaio. Just goes to show the focus on technology has to be the user, not the spec.
Over half of American adults use Facebook. But that doesn’t mean they like everything about the experience.
Pretty much nails how I feel about Facebook. Will be interesting to see where it is/what it is in 5 years time.
Do you know when you need to put a period in front of your tweets? Bring your social media strategies up to speed with this useful list of unique tips.
Obvious, but worth remembering.
A robot to reduce online returns
Retailers like Adidas, Thomas Pink, and Hugo Boss ship clothing samples to Fits.me’s studio in Tartu, Estonia, where staff put each item on a mannequin that can alter its shape—thousands of combinations of hip width, chest diameter, sleeve length, and waist size. Then they photograph it. In the end, each item is associated with a giant database of images—and yes, one likely resembles you. So when you’re shopping at Adidas.com, you plug in your measurements and see the item you want on your body shape.
I had this idea 10 years ago! Damn
Football ClichÃ©s: Before goalkeepers played like sweepers and footballers looked like athletes, there was a time when Vinnie Jones, Lee Dixon and Graeme Souness treated us to the glories of the backpass
Daniel Maier knows what he doesn’t like on the social network and has taken the time to compile it. If you really want to RT hard, you need to avoid the following cliches. #justsayin
Jack Dorsey suggests that what ultimately matters is creating an experience focused on delighting the user.
Why do viral content sites keep asking you questions and telling you how their videos are going to make you feel? Because those are the links people will click, obviously. A new study confirms this shocking correlation, Forbes reports. Seriously, though: Researchers at BI Norwegian Business School found that tweeted headlines containing questions got an…