@rashmiswamy Thanks, I can’t wait for it to start.
@deanfra Haven’t taken my SLR for trips in a while, but it’s a must for this one.
@adriancb all the best in NYC mate.
Road trip through Rajasthan starts soon. Nine cities, 16 forts and palaces, all that food and culture… Boy I’m excited.
@rekharach Awesome. But he shouldn’t be chewing on the box :)
The humble pen and paper (or whiteboard) serve me far better in designing and conveying UI concepts – discussions focus more on the story.
Wireframes in design are much like a film’s storyboard, but early versions are better judged as a film’s script: on the story, not visuals.
@deanfra LOL, we had no announcements at Sandown for 50 minutes. Silence. People were clueless and losing it.
@deanfra The delays were insane. I just went back home.
@grahamrb Pixemator and Acorn do the job well.
Facebook’s newsfeed view is possibly the biggest design opportunity of 2013 — aggregating, inferring and visualising all that social data…
Now this is a better local election message — clear practical goals and shared in person at the local train station. http://t.co/djswY1uN
@owenhodda We asked users what they wanted in a website and they said “I want it to be like an iPhone app.”
@wordsfromwongy LOL. You’ll be my speech writer.
And why are election campaigns limited to election times? We never hear from candidates during the year and now we have to believe them?
@andrewlitvak sounds like they deserve your vote. Can’t say the same of candidates here.
@grahamrb haha that’s an improvement. But still, you only hear f these guys during election time and they all say the same thing…
Local election ads are all the same: Cheesy portrait and “Vote 1” in large, empty slogan about working for the community, and not much else.
@JZ Great work on Basecamp’s speed. But mobile use doesn’t have to imply “bandwidth starved” – I use it around the office all the time.
@deanfra Sweet, but is that feature enabled by default? Doesn’t work for me and I couldn’t find it in Settings either
@c0up Amen to that.