Today I spent time reading articles in their entirety. It’s something I rarely do anymore, and I suspect many of you share this problem.
Agree. Enough is enough. Basically the entire world has adopted the metric system of measurement and it’s a joke that America hasn’t.
Disagree. Even if it’s a smart system of measurement, it isn’t worth the infrastructure cost to make the metric system a reality. Cars, construction, engineering, everything.
Agree. More cloth equals more material and thus the buyer should have to spend more money.
Disagree. The potential increase in profits for the store will be negated by consumer price confusion.
But smaller people will appreciate getting discounts and tell other people about the pricing since it’s unique.
When you go see a great talk, panel, interview, etc…follow up with the speakers.
Backing up…Two days ago I gave a talk at Chicago-based design school. A group of about 80 students in their mid-twenties listened to me yammer on for about 40 minutes and then I invited them to get in touch with me over email if they’d like. After the…