Sneaky Facebook Ads

Sneaky Facebook Ads

Posted by on Jun 7, 2012 in strategy | No Comments

Facebook recently launched several new features last week with the obvious intent of generating any bit of extra revenue they possibly can after their huge IPO debacle. In trying to decipher their new offering to pay for promoted posts on fan pages, I went through the following experiment which resulted in some interesting findings. For […]

Organizing UX for Large Scale Mobile Apps

Organizing UX for Large Scale Mobile Apps

Posted by on Jan 18, 2012 in strategy | No Comments

Just wanted to share a few pics of the inter-workings of designing a large scale app that crosses vast social media integration and numerous content touch points. A considerable amount of time is put into organizing, structuring and designing such a product so that it will make sense for end users and appear simple and […]

Product Design

Product Design

Posted by on Dec 29, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

Good short on Product Design by PBS Arts…

Small Businesses & Domain Name Strategy

Posted by on Dec 22, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

In the past few months I have sat down with several small business owners looking to kick off their online presence. Typically these clients have little to no money and just need something – anything – online that makes them look more legit than just having a business card. Concerning selecting a name for the […]

AT&T Direct Marketing Process

AT&T Direct Marketing Process

Posted by on Sep 14, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

In 2005, I designed this graphic process for AT&T’s Mass Marketing Creative Process for both Online Marketing and Direct Mail. The purpose was to keep our team on track and ensure consistent check points for quality control. We printed these out large scale and hung them in conference rooms for reference. In retrospect, I would […]

Connected States of America

Connected States of America

Posted by on Jul 11, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

Mobile phone calling patterns across the country from MIT’s Senseable City Lab.

The Tech Bubble

The Tech Bubble

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

Nice graphic from G+

Usability at the Pump

Usability at the Pump

Posted by on Jun 10, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

For a commodity that gets so much of my money, it seems little (if any) thought or planning has gone into the research of customers interacting at the gas pump. With every new station it seems there is an entirely different payment system and process. The order in which you select a grade of petrol, […]

Social Media and DJs

Social Media and DJs

Posted by on Jun 7, 2011 in strategy | No Comments

Looking for a fun way to stream original music all day long with no commercials? Turntable.fm is your new answer. Their service is brilliant. Logging in via Facebook Connect gives you access to numerous rooms with other logged in users with cartoon avatars. Anyone is free to take a turn at the tables by upload […]