DeepMind’s big betrayal? Coming to terms with data-driven healthcare

Data-driven healthcare in the digital age is only possible with the consent and therefore trust of its patients. As service providers transform to incorporate new and innovative technologies, we will see tensions surface as they evolve. Medical data is perhaps the most personal and therefore sensitive data we own. Regardless of the intentions of those […]

Why are Micro-Experiences so important to UX Design?

Little Experiences That Make Up The Bigger PictureWe have all heard the phrase, “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff”. It’s a common way of letting people know to shrug off the little things and instead, worry about the bigger, more important things.Great advice. Except when it comes to UX Design. This is when we absolutely have to […]

WhatsApp could wreck Snapchat again by copying ephemeral messaging – TechCrunch

WhatsApp already ruined Snapchat’s growth once. WhatsApp Status, its clone of Snapchat Stories, now has 450 million daily active users compared to Snapchat’s 188 million. That’s despite its 24-hour disappearing slideshows missing tons of features, including augmented reality selfie masks, animated GIFs, or personalized avatars like Bitmoji. A good-enough version of Stories conveniently baked into […]

Why commercial software providers are buying into cloud native

Commercial software companies are starting to see a shift among their customers to cloud native computing. This emerging area of computing architecture relies heavily on open source technologies and the use of container technology. In particular, Kubernetes appears to be the platform of choice for open source distributors selling container technology into the enterprise. A […]

Most of us are cats! – from papers to screens – Medium

A funny UX realization on why we keep coming back to our beloved apps, websites and devices.We all saw cats going crazy when they red laser dots moving around. For most of us, it’s funny, amusing or cute, or both. Some people even think that cats are stupid.As I’ve been reading ‘Make Time: How to Focus […]