Monthly Archives: January 2013

Answer cards – a great visual analogy

Here’s a post I wrote for The Real Adventure blog last September. Google has long been a company known for dealing in data. Be it collecting, analysing, sorting or presenting data, it has largely maintained its position as the gateway … Continue reading

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Winter cycling

It’s cold out. Taken at Burrington Combe yesterday.

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Post touch screen interaction

It’s inevitable that touch screens will eventually become outdated by new technologies. Recently things have been moving towards motion tracking technologies that can capture gestures and so on without the need for the user to be touching a mouse or … Continue reading

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The death of buttons?

Here’s a post I wrote for The Real Adventure blog last May. We’ve been clicking our way around the digital world for 30 years or so now; opening files, saving documents, ‘Liking’ posts on Facebook, submitting forms; all by the … Continue reading

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