Symbols in passwords – we all use the same ones without realising

Posted on Oct 31, 2015

Watching a TED talk recently, an analysis of of symbols in passwords revealed that the large majority of us choose the same symbol over and over again. The requirement to include a symbol in a password is meant to increase the strength and security of a users password. But if you’re pretty sure that someone will […]

Inspiration – A nice example of simple profile completion

Posted on Oct 30, 2015

A humanistic robot Slack presents a very nice way of getting a user to complete their profile by only asking for the minimum amount of information they need when registering. They then ask the user to fill in the remainder as they begin to use the system. I wonder how many people write “hello” when […]

Facebook – mass messaging in a crisis

Posted on Oct 24, 2015

I may be late to the party, but I recently saw that facebook has implemented a feature allowing someone to mark themselves as safe during a disaster or crisis. When disasters happen, people need to know their loved ones are safe. It’s moments like this that being able to connect really matters. Mark Zuckerberg it’s […]

Inspiration – Saatchi Art Augmented Reality

Posted on Oct 20, 2015

The Saatchi Art app lets you browse curated lists of art, but most interestingly, allows you to position the artwork in your home to see how it would look. Annoyingly though, it doesn’t allow you to save the image to your camera roll, so that you can share it via other mediums (e.g. whats app, […]