Trendy != usable.
Reminds me of my go to quote about shareholder value:
“On the face of it, shareholder value is the dumbest idea in the world. Shareholder value is a result, not a strategy… your main constituencies are your employees, your customers and your products. Managers and investors should not set share price increases as their overarching goal. … Short-term profits should be allied with an increase in the long-term value of a company.”
Adam Silver trumpeted that catchphrase every chance he got during the 2011 lockout, but the league’s primary goal during that torturous offseason was to transfer cash from players to owners.
I am one of the biggest Ronaldo fans there are but there is no denying the impossibility of Messi.
Basically, don’t antagonize your shoppers and you’ll do fine.
Many shoppers use the shopping cart to make final purchase decisions. Usable shopping carts provide product detail, allow access to product pages, and let users easily delete items.
If you build products for a living, there’s a lot to learn from iOS 8’s iMessage changes — both on the user interface side and on the customer development side.
The second position in the most important spot in the line up. And managers are still messing it up.
"All programming teams are constructed by and of crazy people."
And how refunds work!
Really great article of how money moves around.
This is some thing I’d be interested in seeing.
Disneyland’s original prospectus revealed! (via instapaper)
The Trade of the Century: When George Soros Broke the British Pound (via instapaper)
This reads like the past 9 or so months of my team here at Wufoo. Great overview.