By Brian Clark It was the first time the preface to a book had caused me to tear up. In that preface, Angela Duckworth shared her story of growing up as one of three children of Chinese immigrants. Her father was particularly hard to please, and he had a favorite phrase for Angela and her …
“The lack of empathy in technology design doesn’t exist because the people who write algorithms are heartless but perhaps because they lack the texture of reality outside the technology bubble.”
“This is the sketching/prototyping portion of a lean UX design bootcamp @500startups, it’s evolved for each batch.”
Big data with… lovely uses. “During the 100 days before the relationship starts, we observe a slow but steady increase in the number of timeline posts shared between the future couple.”
Manly, Australia 2014
Taxes, bad legislation and oligopolies (and the list goes on). Good to understand our country./Impostos, legislacao ruim e oligopolios (e a lista continua…). Bom para entender melhor o nosso Pais.
At a glance, a responsive website is more affordable, faster to build/publish and helps your website’s search engine visibility. On the other hand, a mobile app offer a better, faster and more personalized experience, with unique functionality like notifications – moreover, you can monetize through in-app purchases, 76 percent of all app marketplace revenues. Your decision depends on company’s mobile priorities.
Hip-hop non stop – bottle version/Hip-hop na garrafinha!
“The Lean Startup includes a great case study of a startup that used what Eric Ries refers to as the ‘concierge MVP’. The company envisioned a grocery delivery web and mobile application that would suggest particular groceries based on recipes, feature sale items, and allow the customer to order through this app.”