Category Archives: economics

Saving an industry with better user experience

I had such a good experience today purchasing some music that I thought I should share the user journey. I saw something in my facebook feed that I hadn’t seen before: a media player for an entire album. I had … Continue reading

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I’ve just added a flattr button to this blog. I’ve been very frustrated by the glacial progress made in how to financially credit creators online. The music biz is badly in need of an alternative way to show your appreciation … Continue reading

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A Buyer’s Dilemma

Dave Stone recently recommended that I try Action Method Online, as a way of managing tasks/projects. The suggestion was timely: its been on my mind to try things other than basecamp, and another project tool I was trying got lost … Continue reading

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Selling software online? Make it cheaper.

Back in September I attended clearleft’s dconstruct conference. One presentation in the day really stuck out, and reviewing the slides again today I felt inspired to comment/echo one particular point. Joshua Porter used some psychology principles to examine how to … Continue reading

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