If you have been following Caplin and in particular our UX practices regarding Personas you will find the article I have written for the Methods ...Read More
Month: March 2011
The Non-Functioning Programmer (Part 2) – Affairs of State
At Caplin we are always encouraged to use some of our time investigating new technologies and so last month I started to write about some of the things I have learnt while working with functional languages. One of the things which ...Read More
Coming Soon: Platformability gets a facelift!
Hello Platformability Readers. Good news—we will soon be having a facelift here with Platformability getting an entirely new, fresh look. After several years of running the blog we thought it was the right time to move forward with a new appearance to ...Read More
An upgrade path from IE6?
ReadWriteWeb reports you can Run Internet Explorer 6 Apps in IE8 With UniBrows. This sounds like a possible way for companies that rely on IE6 for certain legacy applications to upgrade to a newer browser without losing compatibility with ...Read More
Google Search is not dead
Last week my colleague Sarah asked the question of whether Is Google Search Dead? The question is especially pertinent after Google's controversial move to find more high quality sites which seems to have inadvertently impacted ...Read More
The Mobile Web getting faster
There is more to the Mobile Web than just Apple products, but with the recent announcement of the iPad 2 and iOS 4.3 things are looking interesting. The new iPad has a new faster dual core ...Read More
Is Google Search Dead?
Over the past nine months I have been finding myself using Google search less and less. In fact it is no longer my first option to find relevant material in my field of expertise. My loyalties have shifted ...Read More