Introducing Menuito

July 10, 2014 No comments Tags:

Today I’m pleased to share a project that’s been in the works for about two and a half years. More accurately, it’s been in the thinking for a little under two years and in the actual making for the last nine months. Its name is Menuito. Menuito is self-hosted web software that helps restaurants look […]


I’ve been watching reviews of RIM’s Playbook keenly, not because I particularly want one but because I’m curious to see how this company faces what is now clearly a turning point in its life. Pressure has been building up on RIM to deliver something that reinvigorates its place in the market as an innovator and […]

2010: A Year of Inflection Points

Fans of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy are familiar with the Infinite Improbability Drive, a spacecraft engine fuelled by the energy of highly improbably events. Fans of this blog (both of them) will be keen to learn about the Corvus Irony Timing Chain, which prevents me from writing year-in-review posts until a few days […]

Standing Out: Do Content Brands Need Edges

April 21, 2010 No comments Tags:

Consider, for a moment, a table. Knowing where the table’s edges are make the experience of using a table possible. If you don’t know where it begins and ends, things will just fall off. Hold that thought, as I think it’s a good metaphor for exploring the point that content publisher brands have found themselves […]

Wireframing and the iPad

April 20, 2010 No comments Tags:

A week into having an iPad in my tool (and toy) lineup I’m still sussing out what aspects of work this new beast can take on, and what parts are still best suited to my main workhorse, a 15″ Macbook Pro. As my work involves a fair bit of wireframing, I was keen to see […]