I’ve always been kind of confused by the Me.dium (me.dium.com) UI. It is not very intuitional to me, it’s easy to read the text but the lack of anti-aliasing makes it look kind of dull too. It took me almost two weeks of usage to find out that the stuff in the bottom are all… Continue reading What Me.dium would look like if I designed it
This blog theme is really boring. I feel like it’s not fun reading stuff on it. I really should change it as soon as I got the time.
From working for Intense Debate, I’ve encountered quite a few situations where my design should style something, but just to some extent. Since our comments system should fit nicely to the context it’s contained in, my design is limited to just include basic parts of the system. Like buttons or the user menu. The rest… Continue reading “To design when it shouldn’t look like it’s designed”
Uninspired news, but I just discovered that I still have the texturemedia passkey in my wallet. I’ll have to send it off asap. Yay. Also, I’m back in Sweden, and doing great.
I just wanted to give my brief viewpoint on the people I’ve met during the summer.. Anthony Dimitre You’re an awesome designer and most importantly an artist. You’re incredibly creative, able to throw stuff together in no time, and still make it look very professional. You have also a very cool view on life for… Continue reading The people I got to know in TechStars 2007
This was a big day in my life. I’m having a hard time believing that we’re actually done now. TechStars is “over”, and the last thing is a party at Davids house tomorrow night.. But that’s everything left. I’ve made a lot of good connections with the other founders during the summer, and have gotten… Continue reading Investor day, it’s over
I found an open wireless connection going home from my little shopping spree. It looks like there’s a thunderstorm coming, which is nice because clouds mean that it’s a little cooler than usual. As a matter of fact I can hear thunder right now, I should leave soon. The Boulder Creek still amazes me, it’s… Continue reading Boulder Creek
I really love it. The new, slim keyboard from Apple is truly amazing. Slimmer than even logitech nuevo (spelling?), or at least it feels like it. And you don’t slip off of the keys, like you do on the macbook pros and the old keyboards. The texture of the keys prohibit this. One thing is… Continue reading Testing the new Apple keyboard
It all went well, surprisingly. Jon was really good at presenting our stuff, and even though we had some technical inconsistencies it all went really well. We’ll probably have to change something on the product to make it stand out more during the demo, as the projector’s colors are all off. Minor change, but it… Continue reading Dress Rehearsal
Yes, here we are, sitting in Atlas100 at the campus. We’re up 9.40 sharp. I’ve just started to realize how close to the end we are. The cool part is that I’m not nervous at all, and I don’t think I will be come iDay either. Honestly. I’m trying to take it as easy as… Continue reading The day before the day before the day (iDay)