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The First Taste Of A Delicious iOS 7

June 7, 2013

WWDC13 is just around the corner, and the moment we’ve all been waiting for is about to finally arrive – the reveal of iOS 7. While many are waiting in antisipation in order to get the first look at the new design, we feel we already know what to expect. Look no further than the…

Blog Post. Google's Taking A Bite Out Of Apple

Google's Taking A Bite Out Of Apple

May 23, 2013

First off, we love Apple. Our phones, tablets, laptops, PCs are all Apple. As an Apple fan though, it’s hard to feel a little more excited these days when reading about Google. We wish this weren’t the case, but it is. There are two key products which are set to be released in the future….

5 User Interface Design Features That Need To Stop

April 25, 2013

When designing a user interface, it is important to create a good end user experience. In fact, some features that are popular can be a real annoyance to your visitors. In this article, we will cover 5 user interface design features that are commonly seen online that provide a horrible user experience. 1. CAPTCHA As…

The PC is still alive, and Windows 8 hasn’t killed anything

April 12, 2013

This week seems to be a hatefest towards Windows 8 and the PC. GigaOM has a post titled “The PC market is a horror show right now”, CBC reported that “PC sales plunge as Windows 8 flops”, and finally, there is a post on The Motley Fool that chimes in “Microsoft’s Windows 8 has failed,…

The Demise of Firefox?

March 12, 2013

Is Firefox really on the verge of death? Is its life span dwindling? Is it hanging on the balance and ready to topple over? These are the absolute questions in my mind as I do this write up. With some years of operation in the market as a browsing platform, I am definitely convinced that…

Google Glass and the Shattering Effects on Technology

February 25, 2013

This is the first of two posts. First, we cover the positive aspects of Google Glass. Next, the negatives. Even though smartphones and mini-computers continue to enrich nearly every aspect of our lives, it seems their days of basking in the sunlight could very well be joined with the arrival of the Google Glass Project….

Default Screen Resolutions Trends 2013

February 15, 2013

With the advancement of technology, laptops and desktop computers are seeing a great influx of power. Many people are finding they can fit more on to their screens than they ever imagined. Resolutions are a very sensitive topic in the technology and web-design worlds. They are a blessing for web-developers and Internet users because more…

3 Myths Web Designers Tell Themselves About Sophisticated Users

March 7, 2012

In his article The Myth of the Sophisticated User, Robert Hoekman Jr made it clear that “It doesn’t matter how savvy your users are, better design benefits everyone.” Designers use their expertise to create the user experience but what are the myths and assumptions about savvy users they use when designing a site or application?…

RIM unveils 7" PlayBook with 1GB Ram and 2 HD cameras

September 27, 2010

Research in Motion has announced the “PlayBook,” a 7-inch multi-touch tablet. We are yet to see how it performs in the wild but some technical aspects of it are impressive: 7-inch LCD, 1024 x 600, WSVGA, capacitive touch screen with full multi-touch and gesture support BlackBerry Tablet OS with support for symmetric multiprocessing 1 GHz…

US Mobile Market Trends - Smartphone Usage Stats

March 11, 2010

ComScore, a leader in measuring the digital world, today released data and reported some interesting trends in smartphone usage. 42.7 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones, up 18 percent from the August through October period. Here is content usage breakdown: Most popular activity is still text messaging (63.5%) Web surfing (28%) Games (28.6%) Accessing…