Digital Living

A few months ago I posted and circulated some work out of Sweden (Bonnier) and the UK (BERG) that was presented as a prototype for the next generation of magazines.  Then everyone went tablet crazy at CES, the iPad launched and now Wired has released...

CES is awash with people talking tablets and slates, and e-readers are finally getting traction.  That is fine and exciting from a hardware point of view, but what about design? Ever since Jakob Neilson gained popularity and promoted usability (often with top-left nav approaches), the web...

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! Seem funny?  Actually this is the post from migrating my blog to a self-hosted environment.  Watch out developers, getting serious.  Seems only fair that I should understand a bit about plugins,...

One of my favourite topics is the increasing complexity of media planning and how it is moving towards a search model where it literally is no longer planned in campaigns.  Basically the sophistication of what ad is served where gets so complicated it can only...

The latest announcements on the tech front are almost like watching a tennis game.  Just when you thought it was safe to forget about Technology for a day or two, it keeps coming. Start a week ago. Microsoft launches Bing -- a search engine that has...

This will be an interesting one to see, how Google's Wave application or platform is adopted. It is ambitious. On it's surface the screenshot makes it look like some form of new social network, and that is where it could be end up. But...