Monthly Archives: February 2009

Completeness versus permanence

I realised something interesting tonight. For the first time, for a huge number of people, all of their personal correspondence will be neatly catalogued and saved. This is thanks to the pervasiveness of email — both people and businesses. And … Continue reading

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The difficulty of simple design – part 1

The hardest part of being a designer is choosing what goes into the product. Deciding what should and shouldn’t go in is actually a very difficult choice.  You don’t want it to be overcomplicated, but you want to have a … Continue reading

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I love data

I’m intrigued by how much the data collection of my exercise influences how much I run. Suffice to say, I never run quite as far or as often when I don’t have my Garmin or Nike Plus kit.

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