Despite what some industry groups might say, it is clear that online shopping has severely impacted the revenues of traditional brick and mortar retail stores. Does that mean that retail is dead, or at least on its way out? No. But, the retailers that survive the next decade will need to innovate and pivot their … Continue reading Can a combination of AI and VR save brick and mortar retailers?
Way back in 2009, the exit of Google's then design chief, Douglas Bowman, resulted in an unexpectedly entertaining look at the inner workings of one of the fastest growing companies the world has ever seen. In his eloquently worded goodbye letter to Google, Bowman described his frustrations. As Google was a company of engineers, founded … Continue reading From 41 Shades of Blue to Material Design: The Evolution of Google’s Design Sensibilities
I came across a wonderful quote from Steve Jobs on how great people and teams solve problems. What caught my eye was a tweet from user experience expert Jon Fox linking to a picture with text from Jobs' quote overlayed on the photo. The caption for the photo, and the body (if you will) of … Continue reading Steve Jobs on solving problems