Semantics, LESS, and Sarcasm

(no direct audio… feed is from camera) I recently gave a presentation on LESS at a local (Atlanta, GA) HTML5 meetup to ~120 or so people from the area. Wesley Hales does an amazing job as the main Organizer of the group, and also has graciously recorded the event for others to watch later. The[…]

24 top resources for User Experience geeks

Here is a list of resources for Usability Specialists, Interaction Designers, Web Designers/Developers, Information Architects, Product Managers and really anyone else interested in User Experience field. I’m frequently asked about any books that I may recommend and or tools, and I unfortunately find myself off-guard more often than not — but not anymore. Below I’ve listed both tools and books that[…]

Reading re-cap

From now on I’m going to start curating some of the top articles I’ve read throughout the week and post them here for you to read too if you haven’t already. Below are just a few of the posts that I may or may have not shared via my social media channels as I read them the passing week.[…]

8 Excellent tools to get your business started

As an entrepreneur, or anyone looking to shift gears and become one, the sheer thought could be daunting. Usually many of us hear information about two extremes: either about the wondrous success of a few companies and how their founders went from rags to riches — thus sparking a sudden flux of interest and pure,[…]

TripLingo: Language learning with style

So, over the last couple months I have been overwhelmingly busy (as if that’s anything new) working on a new product that we just launched on May 5th! The app/company is called TripLingo, and the main purpose is to help people learn a particular, albeit customized, phrase list of a foreign language. One of the[…]

The Go-Getter: Book Review

I believe whole heartily that if you’re planning on doing anything in life, you need to do it at full force. Passion is what drives most entrepreneurs, especially when there aren’t any profits for a couple+ years. So regardless if your working for someone else still, you need to make sure you always keep your[…]

The myths of innovation – Book Review

I believe that one of the many issues that plagues many aspiring innovators is actually believing in those varying and vast amounts of myths that proceeded them regarding other great designers/developers/inventors/etc. A couple well known examples from the book are the stories of how Issac Newton discovered gravity and the great tale of how Archimedes’[…]