Monthly Archives: March 2011

Lean – a word with momentum

  The field of Interaction Design has (rather) recently started to approach the Lean way of thinking, in the shape of a methodology called LeanUx. I welcome this, and it prompted me to write down a few words on the “expansion” of Lean into other areas. As readers of this blog probably know, I find […]

This week in digital music

iTunes in the cloud this spring? Both The Music Void and Hypebot report that Apple is hoping to have their long awaited locker service in place in the same release package as the advertised MobileMe re-launch this April. Warner is supposed to be onboard, and UMG and EMI is expected to follow. Observers say that […]

This week in digital music

DIY is a fine ambition but… David Dufresne of Bandzoogle organised a talk at SXSW and the description highlighted the nature of the DIY problem, misunderstood by so many. I think the sheer complexity of it all is too often forgotten. It’s probably wise to stay mindful of the challenges this brave new world poses, […]