One of the main principles is to release an early prototype of your idea to potential users to get their feedback. But, despite being all in on the Lean Startup movement, we didn’t do that.
Founded at the age of 16, my first company/startup lived for 3 years and slowly died in the end. That's how I screwed it up.
Overview of alternative Markets for Android platform based on real world application example.
homoiconic - An experiment in publishing code and words about code on a small scale.
We do an in-depth review of the Vue Motion Medical Viewer, testing it on multiple devices - and we're impressed.
India and U.S.-based mygola is announcing today that it has received $1 million in seed funding from Dave McClure of 500 Startups, Blumberg Capital, and several other angel investors.
Finally, a local delivery app.
Morten Lund, one of Northern Europe's "less traditional" investors announced on his blog that he's now allowing nearly anyone to invest in a pool of startups where he's focusing his time.
What kind of amazing new things are going to happen in tech over the next 365 days? Digital design agency Fjord got out its crystal ball and let us have a preview of its annual prediction of the most important themes in tech next year.
Sharing files form iPhone finally made easy.
Wireframing is important. I don’t think I need to labour the point about this, Its something most designer folk involve themselves with at the start of the design process. If you don’t, you really should.
There isn't a shortage of developers and designers. There's a surplus of founders.
In 2011 I learned that emotion is at the heart of every decision we make.
These are Twitter's cultural and structural flaws.
Design is Horseshit! In direct response to: http://designerfund.com/infographic I’ve created products / services in the past that have garnered praise for their design. I love good design and I am...
You remember Jotly, right? The hilarious and absurd spoof of our mobile/local/social app obsession? To refresh your memory, Jotly's humor was so on target, people wondered if creator Alex Cornell (founder of Nosh) was actually making fun of Kevin Ros
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
London startup Transferwise wants to be the Skype of currency exchange - disrupting existing services that charge customers heavily for moving their money. But can its low-cost, peer-to-peer approach really succeed?
One of the hardest decisions you have to make, as an entrepreneur, is deciding when to give up on your current struggling project.
Paying people to influence discussions in social media is big business in China and the U.S.