Interview with Phillip R. Tiongson

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Some weeks ago the iPad world was taken by surprise with a very impressing application. Biblion is the New York Public Library first application and was developed by Phillip R. Tiongson and his team from Potion Design. I’ve reviewed the Biblion application for the Talking New Media website and, since I was so blown away … Continue reading

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Designing for the touch interface

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Ever since I saw the Objectified movie, I was struck by this simple sentence, by Naoto Fukasawa Design dissolving in behavior Beautiful, isn’t it? Think about it, what you design is not only transparent for the user of your object, but it also impels its user to behave with your design in a way that … Continue reading

Where are all the interactive journalists?

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In the beginning there was the Internet. And that’s how journalism turned digital. Newsrooms where formed to ‘feed’ this new beast. Later on, these new team where integrated with the print team (or should have been). Thus appeared the online journalist. Nowadays, with the push mobile has given publishers around the world, a new challenge … Continue reading

Sharing content with a value

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Just a couple of days ago I was reading Cameron Koczon great article Orbital Content. I really enjoy his view of users/readers being in the center of orbital content and the idea of applications (whatever form and platform) being the gravitational force to drive that flowing content onto the user/reader. I was then even more … Continue reading

The future of the web is mobile

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I’ve recently read this amazing post James Gardner wrote for Smashing Magazine. On the article Designing For The Future Web, James explains in great detail why in the future we must design having in mind that our readers will connect to our website on various places, with various devices of different screen sizes. This is … Continue reading

New Digital World

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At this time, when everyone focus only on tablets, we should realize what is really happening because of these new devices. In September of last year, Chris Anderson of the U.S. magazine Wired, wrote that the web had died. With his unique wit and his ability to hit certain fringes of society, Chris Anderson may … Continue reading

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