DESIGN: How to Do a UX Review · Ways to spot UX issues and make recommendations to clients · by Joe Leech #guide Joe Leech offers a rundown on his UX review process, sharing tips about analysing data and creating personas, and setting out findings in a form that benefits clients. From quick wins to… Continue reading How to Do a UX Review
Moscow here we come! Apart from the double hairpin I like the look of this track.
I heart my postman. He is always bringing me treats. I know +Brad McClaren and +James Murrell will understand. Next is a case for it I guess…
I’ve now been living with the Tesla Model S for 7 months now and I’ve picked up a few a tips along the way that I hope you will find useful. I spend most of my life at ‘around’ 70mph so when calculating the remaining range in the battery I have to figure in a… Continue reading 7 months and 10,000 miles
Is this the most amazing #RaspberryPi creation ever?!
Science. Changes. Lives. #TED You may remember neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis — he built the brain-controlled exoskeleton that allowed a paralyzed man to kick the first ball of the 2014 World Cup. What’s he working on now? Building ways for two minds (rats and monkeys, for now) to send messages brain to brain. Watch to the… Continue reading Brain-to-brain communication has arrived. How we did it
I've been tasked with sourcing a car for my little sister to use as a city runaround more than anything else. Ideally looking to spend £1500 but could stretch to £2000 for a stunner. So far I've found a 2008 Seat Ibiza, 2008 Fiat Panda and a 2008 Ford Ka. Does anyone have any other… Continue reading I’ve been tasked with sourcing a car for my little sister to use as a city runaround more than anything…
TECH: Hex Invaders · Saving the world one color at a time · by 352 #games Saving the world one color at a time!
Look what's waiting for me tonight.