Instagram gets it right. A simple, lightweight service with a clean, user-friendly design. Behind the scenes only a small, dedicated team. Their innovative work has led to a deeply engaged community brimming with loyal members. Still, the company’s direction remains uncertain. In light of the New Year, I’d like to share some thoughts on the future of Instagram.
Pursuant to the settlement of our litigation against Rainn Wilson and his company SoulPancake, LLC, Think Brilliant has received an official letter from Rainn Wilson in regards to the resolution of the lawsuit.
We recently sold MacBlogz.com. At times the process was daunting, but the knowledge we gained was priceless. This entry hopes to shed some light on what it’s really like to have a piece of software acquired.
“Back in the day people went to one doctor for everything. Now, people go to a specialist.” -Tyme White
It takes some cojones to slap a video on your product’s homepage. Done right, it can be great, but execute poorly and you’re right back to square one.
I’ve been running into a frustrating issue on both my iPad and my iPhone lately. After purchasing or downloading a new app, the device installs it on the last home-screen, in the last position available, and I then have to move it. This can get annoying.
At Think Brilliant we constantly work towards achieving a healthy work/life balance. It is a fundamental characteristic baked into the culture of the company, and it makes working here a true joy.
By offering up clearly presented information, infographics have the power to not only engage onlookers but effectively communicate knowledge in a concise way.
On stage at the D8 conference, Steve Jobs eloquently shared a thought. According to Jobs, had the iPhone debuted on any cellular network, not just AT&T’s, any network would have struggled just like AT&T’s has. I’m calling bullshit.