Easy to use technology requires significant investment. This is less and less understood, but we should become more aware of it.
I am assuming (most) analysts are not stupid A lot has been said about the markets' reaction to Apple's financial statements for the past quarter. It's quite interesting and even a bit baffling if you take in account that this is one of the most successful companies ever, if not the most successful. And yet, … Continue reading Apple’s maturity – Ubiquitous and imperceptible interoperability
An IT department's consistent preference for Microsoft Windows over Apple's OS X and, as a result, of any PC over a Mac is to me, the ultimate illustration of their lack of understanding of their users. I've recently played around with Windows 8, and was a Windows 7 user. This is the key difference, to … Continue reading On Apple versus Microsoft – A user perspective
A short post, but one I started thinking about when I was reading an article on the new HTC Droid and its 440 PPI display. Reading the article, I suddenly became aware that the retina display was the first time I am aware of Apple tried to differentiate itself on the technology, and not on … Continue reading Apple’s retina ‘mistake’?