Like many today, I woke to hear the sad news that Steve Jobs had passed away. There have been many wonderfully [http://ryanhavoctaylor.com/personal/reflection/] eloquent [http://elliotjaystocks.com/blog/steve-jobs/] blog posts published in tribute to a true visionary and I wanted to add my own to show
Not to be confused with my article from earlier this year [https://blog.nocturnalmonkey.com/the-invisible-interface/]. I've been thinking a lot lately about how we go about using our devices and computers. Times are changing and people don't see devices the same way they did ten or fifteen years ago.
Yesterday, photo-sharing website, Flickr, published an article [http://blog.flickr.net/en/2010/06/23/a-new-photo-experience-your-photos-happier/] detailing a number of improvements they've made to the user interface. Among them a more prominent Map feature, allowing users to add geo-location data to their photos which harks back to my thoughts [https:
Having used the majority of standard word processing applications over the years I, like many I'm sure, have become used to the features that now come as standard with most applications, the ability to change font sizes, weight, typeface, colour, alignment etc. which are lovely features to have but with