New Nielsen’s Alertbox… about iterative design. They present five iterations (five rounds of iterative design) on a single tweet. Worth to read. More on Twitter Postings: Iterative Design
Failures. Everyone are afraid of it. However… is it really so bad? Is it worth to be afraid? Everybody has failures. Watch the film and discover what Honda employees think about it.
Kevin Rose (founder of digg.com and Revision3) interviewed Marissa Mayer (Google‘s VP Search Products & User Experience). Topics include the upcoming launch of Google Wave, how Google feels about Microsoft‘s new search engine: bing.com and… “Is Google skynet?”. I am really impressed with the quality of the interview. Almost 24 minutes long, but worth to see, because of lots of interesting answers.
I don’t like flash websites, I really don’t. However this time I heard that it’s worth to see it. That it’s worth to spend some time on this web page. And… it was worth to turn off all of my flash filters in browser.
So far I thought that Microsoft‘s ads are first and foremost kitschy. Today, however, I have seen Office 2010: The Movie on youtube, and immediately I felt a slight shiver of excitement. Did Microsoft produce something interesting? Oh my God! It’s really good.
The most important thing for your project is to find a suitable niche in the market, which our project can fill. However, the Internet is large and the probability of finding an appropriate niche is really small.
Love Distance, ad campaign created by GT Tokyo… in my opinion: one of the most creative campaign I’ve ever seen. Difficult title… create ad for the world’s thinnest condom, but I need to say it: really good realization.
7 Ways You’re Screwing Up Relationship Marketing
published on copyblogger.com, by Naomi Dunford