Lately the MAKERS Movement has been talked about in many places and occasions. Being a Maker means to have a set of diverse capabilities, in both the digital and the physical worlds. But Makers existed for many years, so why is this term, The MAKERS Movement, only now comes to life and what makes today’s Maker different … Continue reading The MAKERS Movement and Your Place In It →
Startups and Entrepreneurs seeking for financing are rejected, about 99% of them. This reality is harsh to acknowledge, especially if you are on the side being rejected. Angels and Venture Capital companies are not your enemy, rather they can be your valuable friend.
As The Digital Product Critic, i am using all my senses to analyze, “feel”, see, “smell”, manipulate and understand the concepts and the products i come across and asked to create, change and improve. John Geirland, the psychology doctor who is a writer and management consultant specializing in new media, says that “We are multimedia organisms“, … Continue reading Projects & Clients Timeline →
Comcast taught us about customer service, our Smart Homes just got smarter and KickStarter and IndieGoGo continue to bring up new and innovative products. Hello again. A new week is just about to start, and this is a great time to take a quick look at what we had this week.
A few weeks ago, a wine lover and an entrepreneur, revealed their Miracle Machine. Their product said to turn water and a few ingredients to fine wine. Their next update was quite a surprise.
Credit Cards exist for decades and are serving us well for shopping, payment, gift giving and more. It’s time now for the product itself to be upgraded to the 21st century. A San-Francisco based startup named Coin is presenting their solution, claiming it’s easy and effective. The Coin Card allows you to use it like any other credit card. The secret is that the coin card actually holds the digital information of all your other cards.
In a post, from November 7th, 2013, the SmashingHub rolls out 5 reasons why Parallax is bad for your site. SmashingHub argues that this design style will slowly fade out during 2014. I argue differently.
myfab5 replaces reviews with a ranking system that gets users to choose their favorite 5 restaurants in each category and location
The Israeli startup Ping was about to launch its highly-hyped email app, but then, an email message from a Golf company changed their plans.
Amazon, eBay and now Google are all fighting to win the Local Shoppers. Each with its own service, offers Same-Day-Delivery or Next-Hour-Delivery. Entering this market will help these companies expand their business into the offline world by offering bring and mortar services.