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Author Archives: Tim Beidel
Mitt Romney’s get-out-the-vote tool performed poorly on election day. Politicians are pure marketers. What can we learn from the experience? The tool’s failure was not just a technical problem: It was an interaction design problem. Interaction design is an often … Continue reading
Conde Nast recently revealed that it has sold 20,000 iPad-only subscriptions to the New Yorker, and that the magazine has 100,000 readers when you count its offline subscribers (who get access for free) and single-copy buyers. That’s a lot of … Continue reading
A few years back, we were meeting with mobile marketing companies, all clutching our Motorola Razrs, listening to those companies strongly advise us to redirect our clients’ money to their pockets. They were playing to our instincts and paranoia. Hundreds … Continue reading