Twitter As A Resource

  • May 20th, 2014
following

A friend of mine just joined Twitter in an effort to discover what other designers are up to and make some connections for his newest venture. We’ve spoken before about how I don’t use Twitter to communicate as much as I use it…Read More »

How To Stay Creative // An Info Graphic

  • April 10th, 2014
staycreative

29 WAYS TO STAY CREATIVE from TO-FU on Vimeo. Read Post

How To: Disable Facebook App Authorizations

  • March 4th, 2014
psotforme

This is a tutorial on how to disconnect an app from your Facebook account. If you’re a Facebook user, you’ve most likely logged in, connected, commented, shared, or liked content on the internet through some third party app. It requires you to authorize…Read More »

Why Content Is More Important Than UI

  • February 7th, 2014
paperbyfacebook2

While both UI and the content are equally important in an app, bad content will always poison the screen, even if the UI is fantastic. Lets look at two examples that have really nice UI and yet still rely on great content to…Read More »

Innovation

  • February 6th, 2014

Through discussions, tweets, updates, and posts alike, I feel like I have a good grasp on what innovation means and when it’s used incorrectly. I would bet that if you asked designers from all disciplines what innovation is their answers could be split…Read More »

If Facebook and Medium Had A Baby

  • January 30th, 2014
paperbyfacebook

Looking at an app like iBooks, it’s easy to see the connection between reading a classical book and reading an iBook. The intuitive UI that is included so that you can highlight, bookmark, and reference words is almost instinctual. And now Facebook is…Read More »

Reproduct Design | Affordability vs Accessibility

  • January 24th, 2014
reproductdesign

Reproduct design is about affordability vs accessibility. The reason being is that affordability only matters if you have money. I watched a video on Kickstarter this morning showing a new kind of virtual reality device. The Avegant Glyph is a product aimed at bringing…Read More »

Truth and Good Design

  • January 16th, 2014

We are extremely limited in the number of things we can acquire that are true in this sense. Yes, life is about acquiring things, things that are true… Try shopping for a new laptop, chances are that you’re not going to look at…Read More »

Their Experience Is Not That Amazing

  • December 2nd, 2013

I recently had a self reflective moment where I said, “I want to go about UX design a little differently next year” and this is why. I was creating a false sense of meaning behind individual experiences. I was obsessed with learning about experience…Read More »

We Don’t Need Scroll Bars Anymore

  • November 12th, 2013

Originally published on Medium 11/11/2013 This is a brief post on why I have gotten rid of the scroll bar on all of my custom web site themes. Though this currently only works for webkit browsers, the potential for change is what’s important….Read More »

What If You Could Remember Plato’s Cave?

  • October 29th, 2013

I was describing the theory behind Plato’s Cave to someone the other night and how it changed my perspective on other’s perspective and innovation. It just really made me think all over again on how we go about designing. That’s a pretty broad statement, let…Read More »

Spaces With Meaning

  • October 7th, 2013
teachingX1000

The design and layout of these renderings were a combined effort of Jay Diran and myself. All of the images except for the students in the classroom were taken from other sources. We were both equally responsible for the rendering effects and concepts…Read More »

One Outlook On: How To Design

  • September 18th, 2013

This morning I created this simple how to doc. This is just one way I look at the overall design process. I don’t think I will ever have just one design methodology, but every time I decide to make something like this or…Read More »

Godus And The Theory Of God

  • September 14th, 2013

Recently, I’ve been having discussions with a friend about the Creator and where it fits into our lives and perspective on meaningfulness, actions, self responsibility, and design. The game or rather “simulation” Godus puts the control in your hands. You act as a…Read More »

Design At Substantial

  • August 22nd, 2013
substantial_design

Last night I attended my first coding event ever @Substantial studio in Seattle.  My buddy and I go upstairs, walk over to the photo booth guest sign in (which we failed miserably), turned the corner and found a large wooden table, lined with developers…Read More »

Some Lessons Learned

  • August 16th, 2013
mountain

A test doesn’t show how you will utilize a class in your career Greetings to both of you. I highly doubt you vividly remember me as your student as I am one of thousands passing through SPSCC each year. But you might, because…Read More »

The Creator

  • August 14th, 2013
DennyCreekRock

Looking at the creator of everything, as being passed onto us as creators. We are all parametric designers. Something or someone that brings something into being. Looking at the potential is required to create anything. A blank canvas, a white screen, glowing with…Read More »

A Lift App UX

  • July 30th, 2013
liftt_featured

I had heard about Lift many times around the web, specifically on Twitter. I didn’t know what it was about at all until I decided to finally visit the website and see for myself. I roamed around the site for less than a…Read More »

The Responsibility Of A Designer

  • July 22nd, 2013
phone

Maybe you’re in it for the money, or because you won’t buy anything manufactured then sold in Target or Costco. Maybe you want others to see your work and say, “wow”. Whatever your reason for being a designer, as with all choices it…Read More »

Unfinished Designs, A Different Portfolio

  • July 2nd, 2013
connections

A portfolio is basically required to obtain or even just apply to many positions in the creative, business, and overall competitive workforce. I didn’t need to show Pizza Hut or Papa Murphy’s my portfolio of amazing pizzas I have made over the years…Read More »

UI // UX // Where To Next

  • June 6th, 2013
photo (1)

UI design is on the surface of every touch screen application we use, and it’s always the same end result. It doesn’t always look the same, but it’s always made using the same technologies, something like jQuery. I’m not saying that all of…Read More »

Why I Will Only Follow 110 Tweeters

  • May 31st, 2013
photo

One hundred and ten seems to be the magic number for how many people I will follow on Twitter. Any more, and I feel like I can’t read all the tweets. Any less and it feels like I might want to see a…Read More »

Facebook // Our New Afterlives

  • May 14th, 2013

Originally posted on Medium 5/14/2013 Your network of friends on Facebook heavily determines the content you are fed. Though we take it for granted, who we interact with on Facebook can become a very important decision in one’s everyday life. Especially if you rely…Read More »

I’m A Creative Stuck In A Cubicle And That’s Okay

  • May 8th, 2013

I finally got it. A job as a web developer where I can sit at a computer and test, write, discover, and style all the HTML I could ever want to. WordPress is my drug of choice, and what an addictive drug it…Read More »

UX // Making Ideas

  • April 11th, 2013
ideaBigBang

We are sitting one day, in Seattle, probably drinking coffee, probably Starbucks, and I say, “Hey, do you want to hear about this idea I have?” And you say sure! So I start telling you the overall experience this idea provides, I give…Read More »

Generative Rules // Art

  • April 8th, 2013
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Not my work, the artist is this guy- I thought this picture was interesting for a few reasons. It’s made using that app I use for all of my notes and sketches – Paper. The fact that it is a really good piece of…Read More »

Glass Top // UX // Rain

  • April 8th, 2013
RioVistaShack

This was drawn up for a project from last quarter, and has gotten some attention on the Twitters. So I decided to add it here and give a little more info to what this accomplishes. It’s a glass roof that funnels water, into…Read More »

Tools // Design // Promotion

  • April 3rd, 2013
Image from  here

I’m in the last quarter of the BTAD program at LWIT here in Kirkland, Washington, my last class: Senior Capstone. On Monday night we discussed the projects we would be working on. One major outcome is the portfolio and self promotion piece that…Read More »

Relationships in UX

  • April 1st, 2013

Driving to work this morning, I get to the last light in the string that makes up my morning commute. Getting ready to turn left, I can’t help but look at the same girl I see every morning, waiting at the bus stop….Read More »

GREEN // PROUD OF IT

  • March 5th, 2013
greenPhoto

Many of us do things on a day to day basis that make us feel good about ourselves. Many of these things are considered “green”. Maybe you recycle a bottle, or walk to lunch instead of drive. Some of us don’t drive at…Read More »

THE CIRCLE OF LIFE

  • March 4th, 2013
workPhoto

On my way to work this morning, it dawned on me. Every day, the same fat middle school student is walking down the same side of the same road, holding the same lunch box and wearing the same coat. Which means, I am…Read More »

A FIRST HAND UX

  • February 11th, 2013

Do you know what this is about? This is about real people connecting on a real level. What does it mean to be virtually on and physically off? Or virtually off and physically on? It get’s interesting to think about being virtually on…Read More »

UX Design // Future Strategist

  • January 24th, 2013
UX

  (// Update //) View the Completed Project Here I’m in week 4 of Winter quarter. I’ve been working on a UX project dealing with connecting the virtual devices with the physical devices we use every day, so far mostly conducting research. Gathering…Read More »

SMART DEVICES // CONNECT

  • January 14th, 2013

I recently watched the short documentary, Connecting which I’ll link to in my nest post which will highlight key points. It got me thinking about why we aren’t already connecting our physical devices to utilize all of the data we collect on a…Read More »

NEW YEAR // NEW DESIGN

  • January 1st, 2013
Hawk Eye Table

  Last year, was all about learning how to: create, design, learn, and ultimately figure out what design means. Starting today, I’m hitting the ground running. Here is a list of things I am setting up to accomplish in the design field. Get…Read More »

Computational Design // Essence

  • December 27th, 2012
comp_compare

There is a grey area I have come across over the holiday break. Though school is not in session, my mind is still designing and thinking about the theory that I like to discuss on this site. Last quarter, I completed a design…Read More »

A PARAMETRIC CHAIR // C CHAIR

  • December 13th, 2012

  I updated my portfolio page with my most recent industrial design project. It’s called the C Chair. It’s a parametric chair designed from the same parameter with different specs. I used Grasshopper and Rhinoceros 3D for software and my skills that I…Read More »

IMAGINE THIS // SOFA

  • December 5th, 2012
brain wave sofa

This is such a cool design and for this major reason. This sofa incorporates so many of the design theory principles I have learned about over the last year. This design is natural, parametric, responsive, emergent, it has duration, and memory all built…Read More »

SMARTSHEET // MANAGEMENT

  • November 29th, 2012
smartsheet

Smartsheet is project management application used to manage deadlines, aspects of a project, timelines, and overall help with the task management. The feature I like the most about this app is the fact that it is an online application. The fact that it…Read More »

GENERATIVE DESIGN // LIMITS

  • November 21st, 2012
generation

  Flowpaper is an app from the App Store, here’s the link. Upon start up there is a pre-defined set of rules that will influence how the image is created. The user must direct where the “flow” of the generation will continue and…Read More »

INNOVATION // WHAT WE DON’T KNOW

  • November 19th, 2012
innovation

Throughout my blogging on this site, I have used the word “innovation” a lot. I’ve used it describe ideas which includes, concepts behind objects and usability. However, I believe that only through talking about innovation a lot can I truly understand what this means….Read More »

Glass // The Meaning Of

  • November 15th, 2012
glass rooms

You see glass used a lot in design. Often when building around nature or other “awe inspiring” forms. Of course, if it’s used in it’s clear state, the designer believes that seeing through is important in the design. But what does glass really…Read More »

FEELING THE CURVE

  • November 13th, 2012
Image from  Minimal Home

Once again I find furniture that reflects my personal aesthetic. Pieces that accomplish what I strive to complete in furniture design. I’ll start by describing the shape I appreciate most about this chair. In the reclined position as seen in the photo on the…Read More »

CURIOSITY CUBE // THE COMPUTATION

  • November 7th, 2012
curiosity cube

Curiosity is a free app for download in the App Store and Google Play. Directed by Peter Molyneux and created by the team at 22Cans, Curiosity will make you plenty curious. This game/ experiment, has a prize at the end but no one except Peter…Read More »

FURNITURE LIKE ME // BY BRAD PITT

  • November 6th, 2012
Brad Pit Chairs

A new line of fine modern designed furniture is out, and it’s designed in part by Brad Pitt. It reminds me of his Oceans days… Super refined with large obsurities in the natural geometry we are all used to seeing in fine furniture….Read More »

WINDOWS 8 // MY HONEST REVIEW

  • November 1st, 2012

Windows 8 is a good step forward making a much needed connection between the use of a tablet and your PC together. Any way you slice it, I don’t know anyone who could get away with just owning a tablet. Unless that tablet…Read More »

CONCEPT // NENDO DESIGN

  • October 30th, 2012

Nendo is a Japanese design company that builds industrial design. Their concept behind designing is what I find most appealing about this company. The full description can be found on their concept page here. The “!” moment they describe is what I call…Read More »

“UPDATE THIS THING”

  • October 25th, 2012

So why has it been so long since I have updated this blog. I have been busy… This update will be to share the projects I have been working on lately and giving a glimpse as what’s to come. One of the projects…Read More »

Starbucks, The Library, Due Back

  • October 11th, 2012
Starbucks New Look

What if Starbucks was your new library experience? With more books being made and bought in a digital medium, it’s hard to see how a library as we currently know it will be around much longer. What is a library really though? It…Read More »

THE VIRTUAL // FORCES // NOUMENA

  • October 9th, 2012

I mention “the paper” a couple times here. This is because this post is a response to a paper I wrote for my Computational Design class. If you view a diagram as a relationship of forces, then you have a diagram of something…Read More »

EXPERIENCE // CHAIR

  • October 8th, 2012

Sitting on a flat glass chair could seem a little strange and also seem a little un-trusting. Thinking of the worse case scenario of the glass breaking and cutting you or flexing under your weight. The photo (which was taken from here), shows…Read More »

Couch // Counter // Comfort

  • October 5th, 2012
couches

Sitting on a couch or rather, in a couch is a pretty comfortable thing to do. Unless you are using your laptop while sitting in it. Looking through the Design Milk web blog, I found this post. A couch that has strategically placed…Read More »

HANDLES // GET A GRIP

  • October 2nd, 2012

Handles are super important, though I feel like we take them for granted. Get it? Feel…? Above are two different handles I found this morning which you can find here (images also from there). I chose to write about these for one main…Read More »

Wood, Memory, Sit

  • September 29th, 2012
wood bench

I found a new furniture site called The Joinery that sells some really interesting wood furniture. This particular piece I liked because of the design concepts I was able to find inside of the makeup of the object. The title of this piece…Read More »

RHINO // GRASSHOPPER

  • September 27th, 2012

Last night during the first night of a Computational Design class, we dove strait into using a plugin called Grasshopper for the Rhinoceros 3D modeling software. This plugin incorporates all of the programming essentials into a pretty easy to use graphical interface. Moving parameters…Read More »

LOOKING UP // THE DOOR

  • September 24th, 2012

This door first caught my attention because of the accordion like form and the color of the natural wood contrasting to the concrete. After reading more and viewing the photos from the Design Milk web site, I realized that this was an entry door….Read More »

Illusion From The Surface

  • September 24th, 2012
Illusion Table

Who says the legs of a table have to come strait down from the surface? No one I guess, but for some reason, that’s how we do things around here (Earth). This article , which is also where the photos are from, shows off the…Read More »

SPOTIFY // SPOT ON

  • September 20th, 2012

If you are like me, you want your life to stay in sync. If you are like me in this other way, much of your life is contained or spent using electronic devices such as but not limited to: iPhone iPad Macbook Air…Read More »

BLACK // WHITE // AND WATER

  • September 19th, 2012

  I love the Design Milk website because of the variety of design they report on. Today I found this black and white modern style home from Canada. Overall, I really like the design inside and out. It is very, very open on…Read More »

TIME // OUT

  • September 16th, 2012

So, I have been out of commission for a few days due to an operation. Today, I have felt much better and should be back to the regular blogging schedule in a day or two. For now though, let me type some thoughts…Read More »

WHAT TO DO // SO MUCH SPACE

  • September 11th, 2012

This post is in response to an idea mentioned on this post. It addresses the major issue in every city of transportation of it’s workers on a day to day basis. So much space is taken up with sidewalks and city streets, that…Read More »

SOME INTERESTING THOUGHTS – MORE THAN OTHERS

  • September 7th, 2012

I watched the movie Urbanized tonight. Here are some concepts I found interesting. While most are taken from the film, others are thoughts that were sparked in my own mind. Those are marked by * If there is no room for expansion, it…Read More »

EDUCATION FOR YOUR DEEPEST EMOTION

  • September 7th, 2012

Emotion makes a big difference in any action. It determines why we do what do. Actually, according to Tony Robbins it actually determines, if we do. I think he brings up a solid point when talking about individual decisions effecting the destiny of…Read More »

A CHARACTER // INSIDE AND OUT

  • September 6th, 2012

Sometimes when I’m exploring the various design blogs/ sites in the “Design” bookmarks folder, I come across something that just makes me say, “that’s what I’m talking about!”. Here, look at this. Fourth photo down, the way that the light enters the room. It…Read More »

PLUG IN TO WORDPRESS

  • September 6th, 2012

Yesterday my friend asks me, what kind of plug ins should I use for my self hosted WordPress site? That’s a pretty open ended question. There are a lot and I mean a LOT of plugins built for anyone to use, and usually…Read More »

A DIFFERENT WAY TO LAY OUT

  • September 3rd, 2012
layout

  Layout is a design step that can make or break any design. Especially in graphic design where the layout of your 2 dimensional objects on a blank surface is really all you have to work with. Most of the time, turning snap to grid…Read More »

INNOVATIVE – DESIGNED FOR YOU AND ME

  • August 31st, 2012

This kitchen set up is actually designed for the elderly or mobile limited person, but I see a lot of concepts that could easily be carried out into a full kitchen design. Starting with the connection between the controls and the element they…Read More »

I’M A FAN OF THIS FAN

  • August 31st, 2012

Designer fans are not really the first thing I would think to look at when buying furniture for awesome modern home. But then again, why would I buy anything that is not modern, different, and has much thought in it’s design? This fan…Read More »

CONNECTION – BACK TO THE TREE

  • August 30th, 2012

I used the word connection in this post’s title since that’s the emotion that this design creates. Most of the fruits that are usually kept in a bowl on the counter do come from a tree. In a practical sense, unless the bowl…Read More »

Klipy

  • August 29th, 2012

Maybe I’m being too critical here, but I don’t think so! Today I’m going to critique the Klipy. Keep in mind that I haven’t used this thing nor do I ever care to. But I’m not judging it on it’s ease of use…Read More »

APPLE HAS LOST THEIR TOUCH

  • August 28th, 2012

Pinching an object on a touchscreen makes that object smaller and pulling it apart at the corners makes it larger, right? I fell like it should, and always should no matter what brand of touch screen device I’m using. Simply put, this is…Read More »

What It Feels Like To Chew 5 Gum

  • August 24th, 2012
stealth chair

The title is a play on the commercials for 5 Gum which show people having intense experiences in some sort of futuristic furniture. This chair which no longer has a valid link reminds me of those gaming chairs you can buy from various retail…Read More »

Movie Madness

  • August 21st, 2012

  Go to movie – Check in at kiosk – Greeted by screen above – Find friends – Invite friends – Press start and experience with friends. This is one of many screen shots of the concepts I’m creating for my movie theater…Read More »

FEEL THE FORCE – VISUALIZING CREATION FROM DESIGN

  • August 21st, 2012

  I’m currently doing some industrial design sketching in a class I’m in so I definitely have it on my mind right now. Looking over the products displayed on this site, this chair caught my eye for a couple reasons. First of all,…Read More »

JUST NEW TECH – CONCEPT

  • August 19th, 2012

Last night at a BBQ/ grand gathering, I began speaking to a guy who worked as an architect. Being “kind of” interested in design myself, I made an effort to continue talking to him and getting as much information out of him as…Read More »

PLATFORM CREATION

  • August 17th, 2012

I have been given my final project in my current design theory class. I have been assigned to design a kiosk that would drive traffic to a movie theater and to a specific movie. In doing so, I need to incorporate the aspects…Read More »

DESIGNING // FUTURE USERS

  • August 16th, 2012
texting

  I was reading an article (which you can find here) that touched on something I hadn’t thought about. Designing with the future interest of someone who is about 15 or 16 years old. I figure this gives you about 3 years to smooth…Read More »

MEDIUM – LOG IN – CHANGE

  • August 16th, 2012
medium

  The pic above is a screen shot I took. Social media is getting a new platform that to me, looks really cool. Going to Medium’s web page it is simple and nice looking. It leaves a lot to the imagination as did Twitter…Read More »

A Short Rant About Tattoos

  • August 15th, 2012

Tattoos are purely for the sake of making awesome looking skin. At least this is why I have a few and want more. When you think about it in this sense, it’s true when looking at most other animals on this planet. Fish,…Read More »

THEORY: A DIAGRAM

  • August 12th, 2012

Some theory on diagrams: I thought of a diagram as a couple of different things that are actually the same thing. First, I would describe a diagram as a picture showing an object in parts. This would usually be informational meaning it would…Read More »

TOUCHING PLANTS

  • August 11th, 2012

Touching plants seems strange to me. That being said, I touch them all of the time. Feeling how strong the stalk is or the condition of the leaves is something I do to my house plants on weekly basis. Just being connected to…Read More »

NEWEST WEB SITE

  • August 10th, 2012

The newest web site I have completed is for an artist named Jason Sobottka. This website features a minimalist approach to the design. This approach allows the viewer to concentrate heavily on the work at hand and not the fancy graphics that sometimes…Read More »

INNOVATE, CREATE, CHANGE

  • August 9th, 2012

THERE ARE A LOT OF LINKS IN THIS BLOG. READ THROUGH FIRST, DISCOVER SECOND!!! To be innovative means thinking outside of the box. Not only that but it mean thinking a lot. Instead of just absorbing the media and ideas that are out…Read More »

THIS DIFFERENCE, NOW I REMEMBER

  • August 7th, 2012

The two pictures above capture the last week of design theory as I have perceived it. Starting with the left photo, duration and memory are shown in different ways throughout the image. Duration is seen in the changes of color, shape, space, and…Read More »

YOU HAVE EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE TO GAIN

  • August 7th, 2012

The first featured article on Fastcompany.com today was titled “Why The Next Big Thing Won’t Come From A Fortune 500 Company.” I didn’t even read this article but the second sentence is what sparked this post. “Having little to lose is a good place to…Read More »

WATCH ME

  • July 31st, 2012

Unlike most mornings, I have decided to use my own image and discuss my thoughts on the difference high quality cameras on smart phones make. “Watch this” I said to my self as I got excited to use the apps I have been…Read More »

WOOD AND GEOMETRIC WALLS

  • July 30th, 2012

  This modern Japanese style house designed by Naoko Horible, has just become my favorite modern style home. I first saw it reading this article from Design Milk. To me it accomplishes a lot of what I try to do on a weekly basis…Read More »

IT’S A MONAD WORLD

  • July 29th, 2012

To have just one, means you cannot divide again. A monad is just that. It is one thing. A monad can be used as a simple object and when repeated, can create more complicated structures. When you use this method to design something,…Read More »

BUYING EXPERIENCE

  • July 29th, 2012

If you smash a non digital experience with a very high-tech and useful technology, there are a couple of things that can happen. First, the experience may become too impersonal given the fact that the person’s experience is no longer taking place in…Read More »

TO TRUST WHAT YOU THINK YOU KNOW

  • July 28th, 2012

What kind of trust do you put in your furniture? Maybe you trust it to be soft and comfortable after a long day. Or maybe you want something that looks super classy, even though it’s not that great when it comes to the…Read More »

THE SPACES BETWEEN

  • July 27th, 2012

Another entry from the Design Milk web site has got me thinking again. When it comes to furniture, especially for the wall, it really comes down to the spaces in between. A wall covered in furniture like shelves and cabinets may be practical…Read More »

DESIGN // DEVELOP

  • July 27th, 2012

Today I wanted to share the newest website I have designed, hand coded, and uploaded to the vast collection of sites across the internet. tylersavin.com I built this site as a personal portfolio as well as a site that will eventually become a resource…Read More »

THE MOST IMPORTANT CHOICE IS COLOR

  • July 26th, 2012

This lamp is a great example on how the color of the object is extremely important to the outcome of the product. Outcome including look and feel in this case. I found this lamp while reading an article from the Design Milk website….Read More »

PULSE, PULSE, PULSE

  • July 25th, 2012

I stumbled on this quirky way of displaying data from a cell phone on my daily visit to the Fast Company web site. The idea that really interest me was the fact that the string and the arms are slow smooth gliding objects,…Read More »

I SIT CONFUSED AND WONDERING

  • July 15th, 2012

Sometimes writing a blog is a matter of going on the internet and finding something interesting/ interest yourself. At the bottom of this article, I found a link to a company page I had never heard of, Open Source Cities. Now, I couldn’t…Read More »

The Design Mouse Trap

  • July 13th, 2012
Victor Mousetrap

I was looking over the Core 77 website today and stumbled on a project that this other company called the Bressler Group is working on. In my own curiosity I decided to not spend the morning on Core 77 for once and see…Read More »

I NEED THAT?

  • July 11th, 2012

THIS IS KIND OF A RANT BY THE WAY  The article that sparked it. What do you need? What do we all need? I don’t know… Probably not another smart device. So why buy this one? Uh, because it’s fun to use. No,…Read More »

  • July 9th, 2012

IS THIS A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION? YOU HAVE TO WONDER THESE DAYS WHEN THERE ARE SO MANY DIFFERENT WAYS WE CAN HELP THE ENERGY CRYSIS. THIS INVOLVES EVERYTHING FROM PRODUCING ENERGY TO WASTING ENERGY. SOLAR POWER, WIND POWER, HYDRO POWER, ALL…Read More »

DON’T LOOSE YOURSELF IN THE PIPELINE

  • July 7th, 2012

I READ THIS ARTICLE FROM SMART DESIGN’S WEBSITE ON CREATING GREAT IDEAS. THE PROBLEM IS THAT ONCE A COMPANY FINDS AN IDEA THEY WANT TO “ROLL” WITH, THEY GO AND INVEST SO MUCH MONEY INTO ELABORATING ON THAT IDEA THAT WHEN IT COMES…Read More »