10/14/14 » Product Diffusion: Old Theory vs. New World of Apps
In the 1960s, Rogers came up with five factors impacting product diffusion, a framework now taught in business school Marketing courses. How well does a framework from the 1960s apply to mobile apps today?
10/07/14 » What should online banking improve next?
Some thoughts on the three major areas that online banking has to tackle next in order to become even more widespread.
09/30/14 » A Non-Tech Introduction: APIs
APIs are incredibly versatile tools that underlie a lot of the interconnectivity between web products today. Here is an overview of what they are and how to use them - no tech background needed.
09/23/14 » What's wrong with the to-do list?
To-do lists are everywhere, and there are dozens of apps out there to help individuals and teams manage their tasks. Here are some thoughts on what makes to-do lists hard to adopt, and what can be done about it.
09/16/14 » Soylent, Startups and Maslow
What the meal replacement powder has to do with the infamous psychological pyramid.
09/09/14 » A Quick Framework for the Success of Aggregators
Some industries are harder than others to aggregate online. Here is a framework for what an aggregator needs to be successful, and an application of this framework to one particular example, the moving industry.
09/02/14 » Pros and cons for implementing OKRs
Thinking of implementing the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) system for governing your company's goals? Here are some things to watch out for.
08/26/14 » The UX personas that iPhones and Androids are built for
Having been an ardent Android user, I recently tried out an iPhone. Here are some quick thoughts on different kinds of users who might like one over the other.
08/20/14 » Reflecting on my first startup job: Part 4 - The Ideal Next Job
Five key characteristics that I'll be looking for in my next tech job
08/19/14 » Reflecting on my first startup job: Part 3 - Lessons Learned
Seven key lessons I learned about the startup world from my most recent job.