I thought I’d found the holy grail – iPhone takeout ordering (UK)… it was not to be 7

I thought I'd found the holy grail - iPhone takeout ordering (UK)... it was not to be
In a previous post I mentioned that I thought a takeout ordering app would be a great idea. Online takeaway aggregator Eatitnow.co.uk seemed to have heeded the call with their iPhone app. This evening, feeling both lazy and hungry, I thought it was time for a test drive. Have I found the holy grail? iPhone ...

iPhone usability appearing on the web

iPhone usability appearing on the web
Designers will often talk about using “common design patterns”. Basically, it’s a jargonny way of saying that we try to use familiar pieces of user interface so that new users don’t feel there is a massive learning curve when getting their heads around a new service. This evening I was using a website, Twilert, and ...

Just because you call it web 2.0 doesn't mean that it is

Just because you call it web 2.0 doesn't mean that it is
C’mon Disneyland Paris, “real time news” – 3 days? Really? That’s a pretty epic demonstration of trying to hang out with the web’s cool kids but just not getting it. Getting the technology is only 10% understanding social media. Just like the old days, it requires engaging, relevant and up-to-date content. The site also advertises ...
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