Disclaimer: I’ve said this many a time – I’m an Apple fanboy. Over the years, I’ve bought, in the following order, an iPod Touch, a Macbook Pro, an iPhone 4, an iPad 2 and an iPhone 5. My family has countless more Apple devices.
What a way to usher in your 10th birthday, Facebook!
Facebook just launched it’s much-talked-about and much-awaited iOS app Facebook Paper or as it is titled, simply ‘Paper’. And I’ve spent the last hour playing around with it 🙂
The full review, tomorrow morning. Do check back!
When the first iPhone launched way back in 2007, not only was it a revolutionary product, it ingratiated into every bit of daily life design: specifically, skeuomorphic design.
Moonshots live in the gray area between audacious projects and pure science fiction; instead of mere 10% gains, they aim for 10x improvements. The combination of a huge problem, a radical solution, and the breakthrough technology that might just make that solution possible is the essence of a Moonshot.
A New York-based Google employee made the following stop motion and set me thinking on this topic.
People who love studying, always study; even after topping the class.
People who love telling stories, always tell stories; even after being awarded for it (let’s say).
And, more importantly for us, people who love building products, continue to build products; even after having built a highly successful product.
It’s all about user engagement – is it not?