As I write this, it has been two years since I wrote ‘I am…’, and a lot has changed.
Shortly after publishing ‘I am…’, I started going to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with a referral to Insight Healthcare from my GP. During those 12 weeks of therapy (an extension on the usual seven), I:
I’ve always found it difficult to explain who I am. But as I become a designer, and I look to create great and authentic work, knowing who I am and…
The iPhone way more than the Mac.
I think the “problem” with the iPad is that, for the majority of people, the iPhone and other smartphone devices do the job they need enough. A lot of people do all of their everyday computing on their phone, and see a tablet as a device they don’t need.
Placeholders are a terrible thing to use when you’re designing an application or website. On that, Cassius and I are 100% agreed. But where I do disagree with him is that I feel they’re more of a problem than he outlines, and that the only true solution is a third way, not mentioned in his…
Your maths is wrong here. I believe you’re basing on the $120, which is the wrong root. You have to base the difference on the actual amount paid to get the increase.
As the paid parking would have been $69.83 and the total paid was $120, you have to take the difference between the two as a percentage of the original.
You’re assuming here that Apple made an assumption and that no behaviour was looked at or data used.
For those used to legacy file systems, the iOS way may take some thinking, but there are many people who are now used to this way of working with files and doing powerful things.
Today I learned that audiobooks are device linked, and don’t show up in purchase history in iTunes or iBooks. If you want on Mac and iOS, you have to download in iTunes and then sync – and we all know that that’s a mess and has been for years.
When it comes to digital books, Amazon is currently way ahead when it comes to…