Lessons to learn from Foursquare

Foursquare has had a meteoric rise over the last couple of years moving from the latest hot mobile app to a genuine contender to grow in to the next Google. Of course, in hindsight, everything is completely obvious, and so the success of Foursquare doesn’t seem to be surprise anymore. But not so long ago, […]

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Why your company does not need a mobile app

It is no secret that the latest hot trend in business and technology is for a company or organisation to launch a mobile app. Smartphone usage is growing exponentially and so many people wrongly believe they should also jump on the bandwagon. Usually these apps are nothing more than a self promotion opportunity or at […]

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The designers behind the hottest iPhone apps

The introduction of the iPhone has focused even more attention on the design, user interface and user experience of the software we use. Arguably, the iPhone has some of the best designed software of any consumer device. Here are some of the most talented designers behind the biggest iPhone apps available today, including Foursquare, Oink […]

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Why Oink has already lost to Foursquare

Oink is just a few months old, but it has already lost the war against Foursquare. Although publicly the two companies are not rivals, I believe it’s time for Team Milk to call it quits and move on to their next project. Foursquare is an unstoppable train on the quest for adding the geolocation mobile […]

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Flipboard is great, but…

As you may have heard Flipboard has finally launched for the iPhone after previously only being available for the iPad. Flipboard is one of the leading content consumption apps for the iPad, and offers a beautiful and slick “digital magazine” type experience. But is Flipboard really all it’s cracked up to be? I was excited […]

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Why Path will finally succumb to Facebook

Path have recently launched the 2.0 of their private social network with their ground breaking new mobile application. But Path continues to fail break through the niche and find its way into the main stream market. Supported by a freemium business model, Path is on the bleeding edge of mobile user interface design and experience, but how […]

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