In Defense of Designers Dismay
Many designers dislike the new iOS 7 UI changes. Considering who they are, what they do and who they look up to, give them a break.
A New Chapter: Why I’m Ending My Freelancing
Ending one chapter and beginning another; Where do I begin?
Vine, Twitter’s 6-Second Storytelling App
To those following tech and social media news online, Vine is not a new app. However, many people have still yet to discover the fun that is creating a quick, on-the-fly video to share online.
Why I Cast My Vote For Gary Johnson
Or, why you shouldn’t care who other people vote for and make the choice for yourself. Be proud and use your right to vote.
Amazon DRM: Doesn’t Really Matter
Digital Rights Management’s flaws can be summed up with Amazon locking customers out of their digital libraries, permanently.
The Decline of Print Publications
After reading about the end of Newsweek’s print publication, I comment on the industry’s shift from print to digital and reflect on its past.
The Big QR Code
QR codes are a growing trend in marketing and promotions, but after seeing many used at The Big E, they’re becoming an epidemic.
iOS 6 on iPhone 4
iOS 6 has arrived for iPhone 4S, iPod touch, and the new iPad. While these devices get the best upgrade, iPhone 4 users still get some great features.
Customer Service Advice: Apologize, Inform, and Take Action
Three simple actions you can take to win your customers forever, and a story of how GameStop won me over with their customer service.
Google Chrome for iOS
Just released yesterday (finally) is Google Chrome for iOS, the highly anticipated Apple version of Google’s flagship web browser. While Safari has been a fine browser for mobile usage, I know I’ve been waiting for a bonafide Chrome browser for the iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft Surface Differences
Now that the cat is out of the bag, Windows lovers and haters are all wondering about the specific details of the new Microsoft Surface line of tablets—or slates, if you read into MS documentation—coming out later this year. Most of the hardware specs are a mystery (not to mention the pricing).
Client Spotlight: Dinosaur Dracula
When doing business, we always look forward to fun clients and jobs: The ones we enjoy building out, chatting with clients on, and look forward to their releasing into the world. For the past two months, I have been working with Matt Caracappa of X-Entertainment to build out his latest creation, Dinosaur Dracula, which officially went live today!