The pace of mobile

The pace of mobile

At this point we’ve all had the opportunity to digest the iPhone 4 and read review upon review. If you haven’t, let’s just say that the most interesting thing about the release announcement was the scandal over WiFi. Given the…

Becoming "quietly brilliant"

Becoming “quietly brilliant”

I’ve been rather lax in creating content here. I was down in New Orleans during Google I/O, and other than that I’ve been heads-down coding a new project of mine. There’s been plenty to write about, and hopefully I’ll be…

The Cafe Project, New Orleans: Part 2: The Orange Couch

The Cafe Project, New Orleans: Part 2: The Orange Couch

Breakfast after noon again? After spending all day in the Quarter, then a huge meal at Elizabeth’s, then ending the evening with┬áKermit Ruffins and the BBQ Swingers getting the dance floor moving at Vaughn’s Lounge, one needs to sleep in….

The Cafe Project, New Orleans Edition

The Cafe Project, New Orleans Edition

This weekend, most of the tech world has their blogs fixed firmly on the Moscone Center in San Francisco (ground zero for Google I/O). I am not at the Moscone Center, and so I’ll let you follow the Android-related announcement…

Are there Android UX patterns? The answer is "yes."

Are there Android UX patterns? The answer is “yes.”

I am pretty certain that Tim Bray is not reading this blog. But it’s pretty odd that within days of asking the question whether UI/UX patterns exist for Android, and suggesting that Twitter for Android makes for a great template,…