With over 50 games today, NCAA Football has officially kicked off (and next week marks the beginning of the NFL season). Two great ways to stay atop of the action and to follow your favorite team(s): 1. The new ESPN College Football App (iOS + Android) Built specifically for college football, the provides news, scores, […]
Google’s intelligent search result pages keep getting better… particularly on mobile. We’ve seen the weather and the stock ‘one boxes’ before. This integration for travel calendaring is fantastic – dynamic, colorful, crisp and – above all – accurate and fast.
At the encouragement of Andrew Machado, I watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi this weekend – a documentary about Michelin winning sushi chef and 85-year old Jiro Ono. Absolutely fantastic movie:
Jetsetter is known for great design (see here) and here is a nice little UI treatment that we recently saw on The Verge (who uses it on mobile and web). As you scroll through Jetsetter’s sale page, an icon scrolls alongside the right progress column. It serves two functions:
Jetsetter is known for great design (see here). Here is a good example of good design and effective mobile promotion.
I have always been a sports nut. Growing up, I wouldn’t go to bed without first calling the Washington Post’s automated sports hotline for ‘current’ sports scores (delayed by 15-30 minutes); and over breakfast, I’d scour over newspaper box scores for details. Years later, the habit hasn’t changed… just the routine: newspaper clippings have been […]
With the launch of Google Chrome for iOS, I committed to swapping out my iPhone and iPad’s Safari browser (of course I can only do this on the dock – Safari cannot be replaced as the browser from core applications like email, etc). I did this in part because: