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hey you didn’t read my email you comming to the meeting? sorry dialing in Instant messaging has moved from a personal communication tool to an important part of business communication. But if we use it like email, it will loose … Continue reading
Technology is an awesomely creative endeavor – innovation and inspiration is combined with science to create new products and tools for people and businesses. It is creative, but it’s not art. In “How can technology further art” I look at … Continue reading
We have a problem now in the Arizona Tech community – there is just too much going on. In “What the heck is happening? There is too much going on in Arizona tech” we look at how why this is … Continue reading
It started with kids and texting, but now emoticons can be a possitive part of business communciation :-O In “Emoticons as a way to communicate in business” I look at soem examples and why I think its a good … Continue reading
We talk about technology all the time and how it impacts our daily lives, good and bad. “How technology can bring people together and bring down barriers” takes a look at the social impact of technology when it comes to … Continue reading
It should be no surprise to anyone that I love Star Trek. So when we had a lunch discussion (as we often do) about Star Trek technology it was the perfect topic for a blog post. In “What’s the next … Continue reading
We spend all day at work. Sometimes we spend more time with our co-workers than our some of our family members. Yet it can be a place where something is missing. “Does your business satisfy our need for community?” Check … Continue reading
Now that the hype over Pokemon Go and VR headsets has come and gone, its time to take a good hard look at “What does virtual or augmented reality mean for business?” These closely related technologies may change the way … Continue reading
Apps have been around for almost 10 years now (I know!) and when you take a step back and look at them, they often reflect the thinking of those early days. That is “Why it may be time to rethink … Continue reading
Cutting corners rarely pays off, and that is especially true in product development when you skimp on physical or virtual prototyping. In “Why accurate prototypes are important to product development success” I take a look at why accurate prototyping is … Continue reading
It’s all the rage. “Big Data!” fixes everything. There is a lot of hype around the value of knowing so much about so many things. The problem is very few people have figured out what to do with that data. … Continue reading
Let’s be honest, the mouse and keyboard are outdated interface methods that serve us well, but voice recognition is pretty dang awesome and efficient. In “Voice recognition, the new thing in computing” I write an entire post using voice recognition … Continue reading
I’ve had enough. The destruction of facts and truth in public and business is not acceptable. The Phoenix Business Journal has allowed me a nice big soap box to rant from as a guest this week on their regular “My … Continue reading
Phoenix Business Journal: Um, the coffee machine needs more water and 5 rules to improve your user interface design game
Usually getting coffee is just getting coffee, but a recent trip turned into some deep thoughts on user interface design. “Um, the coffee machine needs more water and 5 rules to improve your user interface design game” explains my encounter … Continue reading