An Apple Watch A Day…
Holidays are coming. And I know it’s going to really be difficult for me to leave my phone in my bag. Switched off. And if I manage it for three days, I’ll be thinking: “I can do it! Surviving without an iPhone! Real life.” Even if I am feeling phantom vibrations in my pocket all the time.
The importance of the right amount of research
As a designer, I often encounter the same pitfall when trying to find a solution for an assignment too quickly. I work on apps and websites everyday, with the goal of offering the user a seamless online experience.
It’s 10:50 AM and my phone tells me there’s a presentation in 10 minutes. I finish what I’m doing and then I hear a loud *ding*. That sound is the ringing of the bell, indicating that a presentation is about to start. Everyone in the agency is there, accounting, finance, management, developers and designers.
Last month during The Next Web Conference another edition of TNW Hackbattle took place in the Westergas factory in Amsterdam. Like previous years, where we even managed to win, we were happy to enter the battle field again.
Hack010: hackday A-Wearable
Last week, on April 9th, International Internet of Things-day*, a Mangrove team joined the Hackathon battle at Hogeschool Rotterdam.
New work: Catharina Hospital
An online experience where the story of the Catharina Hospital is told, the content gets enough attention and the authority of the hospital is shown. With one ultimate goal: an increase in conversion.
New work: Utrecht University
A strong online identity that leaves room for a unique look. That’s in short what we have done for Utrecht University.
Designing for Apple Watch
Somewhere in the upcoming months we can expect the Apple Watch to arrive. Recently I’ve been working on prototypes for the watch which has fueled my enthusiasm for the possibilities. When designing for the Watch it’s key to be aware of both the possibilities and limitations.