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On the eve of the Olympics, where athletes will strive and struggle to reach new highs, I've discovered that the great thing about working in a start up is that its very easy to reach new highs (albeit these highs are set quite low...).
Since starting woffee.com, I've been very lucky to have received input from lots of people. Now its your turn...
I've spent most of the last two weeks on two things:
I’m a big fan of crowdsourcing. So when it came to designing a new logo for my new site crowdsourcing seemed like the obvious approach.
There are a few options for this, all of which have received some good coverage, and all of which seem to have pretty credible services:
This post covers my preliminary thoughts on mobile web design, setting out a few pros and cons for different options. I’m still learning here, so would be delighted to hear your views. (Its quite long, so you may want to put the kettle on…)
Creating an online service necessitates some sort of mobile-specific design. Particularly to take advantage of new trends. There appear to be three main ways (technically) of approaching this:
Strategic Pillar #6 of 6: Community, Content and Utility
Strategic Pillar #5 of 6: Mathematical Marketing?
Strategic Pillar #4 of 6: Underutilised Assets