Augmented Reality for National Geographic and UPC

This is pretty cool. Using an augmented reality setup, it allowed people to see themselves next to the content, which was broadcast quality 3D scenes of leopars, astronaut, dolphin, storms and dinosaurs. It was followed by the social sharing of videos and pictures via Facebook. Share

When Users Complain, The “User Experience” Needs Work (Or Does It?)

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According to NBC Washington, angry Facebook users are complaining that new features the company rolled out today are undermining what they actually want to see on their feeds, while others are saying the new settings are simply difficult to understand. Users can no longer decide whether to click Most Recent or Top News on their […]

36 Hours with Mac OS X Lion

By request, this is a cross post from my personal blog. Source is linked at the end of the post. Help, my MacBook has been iOSified. 36 hours since installing Lion, here are my quick thoughts. 1. Installed without incident on my MacBookPro, my wife’s MacBook and our MacMini. I grabbed the installer image to […]

Digital Marksman Takes Aim At Traditional Agencies, Hits His Target

Adaptive Path president Peter Merholz loaded his blog canon this week and put “ad agencies” in his cross hairs. Ad agencies, in particular, are soulless holes, the precepts of whose business runs wholly contrary to good user experience practice. While I would like to think advertising and marketing agencies can evolve their practices to appropriately […]