Vizualizing fragmentation, Android

android then
android now

It doesn't matter if you are an Android fanboy or not this graphic is very interesting. The continuing fragmentation of Android is pretty clear in comparing these two images. The graphics have interaction if you want to know more check here.

Some people say more choice is better. Too much choice just becomes confusing.


Cartographic Typography


It seems like forever that I have loved the maps from National Geographic. Long after I kept the magazines I would hold on to the tip in maps or map pages. The typography had a hand drawn quality even into the phototype. A bit of that quality is seems lost with the more modern quality of the map drawing.

We love Dot simplicity

Dots 1
Dots 2
Dots 3
Dots 4
dots 5

Our newest addiction at Stellarvisions. We can't stop playing this simple game. Terrific introduction that has humor. It will make you smile. It's free download it and tell us if you can stop playing.



Download it >

Apple loses e-book trial.


So, will Amazon will continue to put the screws to publishers until they can't afford to publish anymore?

And here’s the DOJ’s victory dance, via a press release attributed to Assistant Attorney General Bill Baer: “This result is a victory for millions of consumers who choose to read books electronically … Companies cannot ignore the antitrust laws when they believe it is in their economic self-interest to do so. This decision by the court is a critical step in undoing the harm caused by Apple’s illegal actions.”

Erik Spiekermann on iOS 7


Some words from on iOS 7 from a guy who knows type. The video is in German so use the CC to get translated captions. I love when he says "tiny shitstorm". We agree.


Seeing Apple.


There's so much behind an amazing product. Even more so for those that change a category and create disruptive change. It's about intention.