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Data: Our new asset base

Managing UI Complexity

Reading 37signals’ design explorations of Highrise contacts and open source icons I see a lot of parallels with this article. A lot of managing UI complexity is hiding the burden users put themselves based on visuals.

Thousands flock to Pioneer Courthouse Square to see Dave Chappelle

Rands In Repose: A Deep Breath

Even for individual work, I like the idea of a repetitious schedule of the boring to make room for the creative.

Designing for Big Data, by Jeffrey Veen

People will look back on Jeff Veen with the same respect that he has for the greats in his presentation. via

Ze Frank: Executing > Theoretical Perfection

I saw zefrank at a restaurant in Los Angeles on friday night, and awkwardly stared at him as I tried to describe to my friends who he was and what he does. Sorry zefrank. A positive to the creepiness though is that seeing him reminded me how great these two videos are.

The Polaroid approach

I feel like Matt and I would get along really well if we hung out. Equal parts Music nerd and Tech nerd. Plus I have been on a Quincy Jones obsession as of late after hearing an interview he did, where he said something like 7 heads of state called him on election day, including Hugo Chavez. The guy is almost too cool for his own good.

Great Performers - The New York Times

I have often come up with ideas and imagined designing a really well done interactive piece like this. After actually trying to implement it, I soon realized how hard it is to do, let alone well. If there is anyone that can pull it off it is the the New York Times

The technical story of Muxtape

The fact that my Dad sent this my way. Awesome. The fact that my Dad was reading daringfireball to find it. Equally as Awesome. Although I deserve a little bit of slack to the fact that he found it before me, as he has a three hour time advantage.

Data: Our new asset base

Managing UI Complexity

Reading 37signals’ design explorations of Highrise contacts and open source icons I see a lot of parallels with this article. A lot of managing UI complexity is hiding the burden users put themselves based on visuals.

Thousands flock to Pioneer Courthouse Square to see Dave Chappelle

Rands In Repose: A Deep Breath

Even for individual work, I like the idea of a repetitious schedule of the boring to make room for the creative.

Designing for Big Data, by Jeffrey Veen

People will look back on Jeff Veen with the same respect that he has for the greats in his presentation. via

Ze Frank: Executing > Theoretical Perfection

I saw zefrank at a restaurant in Los Angeles on friday night, and awkwardly stared at him as I tried to describe to my friends who he was and what he does. Sorry zefrank. A positive to the creepiness though is that seeing him reminded me how great these two videos are.

The Polaroid approach

I feel like Matt and I would get along really well if we hung out. Equal parts Music nerd and Tech nerd. Plus I have been on a Quincy Jones obsession as of late after hearing an interview he did, where he said something like 7 heads of state called him on election day, including Hugo Chavez. The guy is almost too cool for his own good.

Great Performers - The New York Times

I have often come up with ideas and imagined designing a really well done interactive piece like this. After actually trying to implement it, I soon realized how hard it is to do, let alone well. If there is anyone that can pull it off it is the the New York Times

The technical story of Muxtape

The fact that my Dad sent this my way. Awesome. The fact that my Dad was reading daringfireball to find it. Equally as Awesome. Although I deserve a little bit of slack to the fact that he found it before me, as he has a three hour time advantage.

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