March 19

Semantics, LESS, and Sarcasm

Development, Presentations, Reviews, Startups

(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 […]

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February 08

Great design equals a great UX… right?

Design, Startups, UI/UX

No. Just Copy Path & Pinterest I enjoy using Path and Pinterest as much as the next person, however with all the aggregated attention that these indeed […]

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October 12

Seriously… what the hell is this UX stuff?

Business, Design, UI/UX

User Experience probably isn’t what you think. Lets clear up some misconceptions. Having been a developer for many years, I wanted to evolve into something more.There was […]

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August 31

Designing our mobile experience

Design, Startups, UI/UX

[ Posted originally @ TripLingo.com/blog ] Application development is no small task. To do it well, companies typically start with a long and meticulous planning process for […]

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July 03

Give users what they need; not what they ask for

Business, Design, UI/UX

I <3 Data & you should too! Most companies, and people, still have a difficult time giving value to UX (User Experience). It is still a very […]

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June 22

Introduction to Appcelerator Titanium

Design, Development, Presentations, UI/UX

Everyone and their mother is looking to get into the Mobile space. It’s an almost ever expanding market right now that’s just ripe for the picking. Well […]

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June 06

Build a product. Not Features.

Business, Development

The unfortunate crutch that many people face when building a product for their business, regardless of which stage said person is in, there are always those ever […]

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May 09

TripLingo: Language learning with style

Design, Reviews, UI/UX

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 […]

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About Vince Baskerville
Product Manager at Lithium, a co-founder of 2 startups: TripLingo and Glancely.
A 10+ year industry specialist & adrenaline junkie whom has traveled to 12 countries, and is known for creating highly intuitive-engaging digital products. Continue reading »
 
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