A list of some of the coolest objects on the face of the planet. http://trendthing.posterous.com things from glasses to mood mugs and cars to plasters.
When I read Tim’s post on the Budapest panoramic I searched for the image to add a lovely png to his post. Unfortunately the image site asks you to download Silverlight and I have a personal policy on Air and Silv...
Setup guide from Google Website Optimizer on the subject of testing old versus new.I dont think this fits with current model at dsgi but provides useful articles in interpreting test results going forward.<div&...
A group of young Hungarians, sponsored by industry big-shots Epson, Microsoft and Sony, have created the world’s highest-resolution 360° panoramic photograph to date.
This is brilliant, i must have it. NOW
Stumbled across this design studio on my web travels, they do some very attractive, clean work. Their icons are particularly impressive.
One issue that we have found is waiting for CSS files to cache through. Clearcache wont clear this but here is a way around it for Firefox only but you will be able to see the page upadated.
I had an idea of how we could perhaps make the category pages a bit more fun and interesting. Instead of a strapline along the usual lines of 'come to Currys to buy a TV' we could put some funny/poignant quotes r...
This is what it means for old spice
Love this sequence of photographs from a bunch of people doing interesting things with new technology.
A former colleague (Conversion Manager) posted this article on lean software development which might be interesting going forward. He was happy for me to share his post.The premise of this is to take small iterati...
I was talking with Chris Brown today about the way we use banners on the business’s website. Looking at analytical data on the homepage these banners are rarely clicked compared to the products we display.The prob...
Loved this piece on DRM and interoperability by publishers Enhanced Editions
Eh ben on a pris un pot avec Anoop et mon voisin m’a pris en photo avec son iPhone 4. Voila le résultat:
Don’t forget, you iPhone users, that the new iOS4 comes out today. Roughly around 6pm, and you will have to update you itunes so be prepared.
In the spirit of Rob’s earlier post I thought you guys might find a test report interesting reading. This morning, Debbie, Louis, Mohammed and Dug piled into Mohammed’s car and headed down to Hemel High Street. De...
I saw this video and really enjoyed its simple method of creating the real user feedback we (as DSGi) so rarely do.
Fairly good dose of wisdom on a regular basis:-)
Wow, Dad just sent this through, that’s me and my Mom sitting in Firebucket Dad’s MG somewhere in San Francisco (I’m guessing that’s the Golgen Gate Bridge in the background).
It wasn’t long ago when multi-facets were the new thing in navigation and findability on websites. Today, multi-faceted navigation has become so common that you just expect a good online retailer to have it. In fa...
So tell me Dug, how do we sell things? from dug falby on Vimeo.
Not ready for production just yet but i thought this tool looked pretty interesting:
Love this, an absolute classic from Dan:-)
If you’re reading this, please make sure the people sitting in front, behind and just generally all around you have also read it.
OK, today I finally cracked. Because I’m an idiot I can’t work out how to pull our phone numbers on the Blackberry. I can search for a person but I only get the Hemel extension number which I can’t click on to dial.
Just came across this great article about usability testing, which explains in very light hearted way why and when to do usability tests.
Interesting article on BBC website about how people are spending there time online.
I have been meeting with some different companies recently looking at ways we can increase the benefit of the content on our sites for our users.
Hi All, DavidW sent a message ‘round with some thoughts on the Dixons delivery screen. Metrics are indicating this step in the purchase process triggers lots of abandoned baskets.
This from tweetie and the brain an interesting look at how Dyson is speaking to customers with Twitter