@oddysee That’s a way good way to think about it.
@chrisbride Yeah, way better in all respects.
Gorgeous full-screen views on @Rdio. http://t.co/2WRMIKupTW
@fabriciot Their header looks like something out of a wireframe.
I’m not saying we ditch web for native mobile, but I am suggesting we think beyond adaptive layouts. “Responsive” can mean so much more.
Three years of responsive web design and it’s still about screen size. Native mobile apps are arguably more “responsive” to real context.
That concludes a long week of customer research. So humbling to see the truth in regular people trying to get a job done with your product.
This three hour flight to Sydney felt as long as an international trip. If only there was a holiday at the end of it.
.@Flickr’s new design is step forward, but their new pricing feels like a step back. Why dilute Pro features to just an ad-free experience?
@force10x Delete’s ok, but the rest trip me up often. Not good.
.@gmail’s icons without any labels trip me up even months after use. Which one’s Archive again? Delete? Move? Gosh. http://t.co/5hKUL0y619
@worrydream How do you fund your independent research? Can we, the public, help you Kickstarter-style?
@MichaelBoyd_23 Thanks! It’s been smooth so far, interesting projects. Hope things are well with you too.
@andrewlitvak Heh, clever partnership indeed.
Tumblr is the web’s quiet achiever. Thriving community and content, yet hardly any coverage in the press compared to their competition.