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Why Google’s upcoming phone is more exciting than the iPhone X

I’m more excited for Google’s smartphone event on Oct. 4 than I am for the launch of the new iPhone X. Leading up into Apple’s event earlier this week, CNBC and most of the media knew all there was to know about what Apple had in store. Three iPhones were unveiled, including the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus  Continue Reading…

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The $999 iPhone X was an inevitability

With Tuesday’s announcement of the iPhone X, which comes with an edge-to-edge OLED display and starts at a staggering $999, it’s worth reflecting on how such a once-luxury device could transition to mass-market status and then flow back toward its premium perch. When details about the phone, nearly all of which leaked ahead of the time,  Continue Reading…

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Why CEOs Don’t Care About UX and How to Change Their Minds

“UX design doesn’t work…And it won’t make us money.” Business executives aren’t all that fond of UX design, or even design in general. It’s an incredibly common problem. Too many executives see good design as an inconvenient expense. At a certain point, executives see UX design as an unnecessary cross to bear. A burden they’re  Continue Reading…

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Mobile-first Indexing is Coming: What This Means for Web Design

Every business wants to meet its customers’ needs as best it can. Having happy customers means higher customer loyalty and more revenue. It’s as simple as that. Google isn’t any different. Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information, making it universally accessible and useful. Simply put: they want to help you find the best  Continue Reading…

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The Best Keyboard Ever Is Back

You may not know the Model F by name, but you know it by sound—the musical thwacking of flippers slapping away. The sound of the ’80s office. The IBM Model F greeting the world in 1981 with a good ten pounds of die-cast zinc and keys that crash down on buckling metal springs as they  Continue Reading…

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