While we fuss over our interfaces and capabilities, we often forget how difficult software is to create and sustain, how easy it is to imagine otherwise, and how scarce engineering and programming resources are across the board.
Jakob Nielsen releases his first usability studies of the iPad. Bottom line? Users are not being served, interfaces are “wacky.”
A short video tour of the Financial Times’ new iPad app — and a question.
2004 = What is a blog? 2007 = What is Twitter? And for some, another mainstream technology is still a bit unknown. A lesson in the fact that your audience is not the entire universe.