So this happened… I actually went out and bought a birthday suit! Figured it was time to treat myself with something nice on my birthday. Although I’m a good distance from the rest of my family and friends, my colleagues and friends here in Gainesville have made me feel right at home.
I thought it’d be fun to showcase several new books that I’ve picked up recently, and let’s face it, there will always be new books in the future because of my love of the written word. The fact that I’ve started working for another IT services company in Gainesville, has left me little time outside of work. It’s fast paced and demanding, but I’m loving every second of it. Never fear though Jane, Pablo and myself are planning on putting together some more CrueCasts rather soon. Everyone has been in one transition or the other and our schedules have been insane.
5 days ago you may have seen the announcement that Instagram has now introduced profiles for their users public photos. This hallmarks one of the biggest new features that we’ve seen come out of Instagram since they were acquired by Facebook back in April of this year.
Now your new profile will feature your recent public photos, your profile picture, and a short bio about yourself. You can even comment and like photos directly from other users profiles. Looks like Facebook made Instagram a bit more social on the web and I can tell you I like it. Make sure to stop by and setup your profile and maybe while your at it, check out mine:
In my never ending quest to run an awesome full solution shop on a shoe string budget, I tend to think differently about various technologies I come in contact with from time to time. For instance, doing remote usability testing with a Google+ Hangout.
Creating a satisfying user experience can be rewarding and challenging at the same time. Keeping in mind that you can’t design a users experience, but you can design for their experience. Everyone will interpret the experience in their own way, so your process is an ever changing one at times. So how do we gauge one’s experience while aiming our intent towards a target audience?