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Last Friday started for me with friendly smiles of people who care about user-friendly solutions, which make our lifes better. I was happy to be among 60 attendees of the first UX Brunch Zürich 2015, organized by Valérie Vuillerat, Rahel Vils and Marc Steffen. Event took place in Impact Hub, which is known as a space with a good vibe. Being there is already enough to love the world around you even on an early Friday morning. But greeting and meeting people, who understand your challenges and the big meaning of those small victories on the way to great designs, is even better.
The Amazee Labs logo is something we're proud to show off. For example, we've printed it on business cards, silk screened it on T-shirts, and even engraved it on Legos. Let's add a few more to the list, shall we?
Lil Decal Shoppe helped us roll out these flawless decals, that really spruce up our Macbooks, among other things. And the best part is, no backing.
Some go to church, we watch this (fullscreen, HD, sound on):
The boys have met again to convert the Labs into one big Legonation - my favorite of this time's session: Sam's love story: 27 seconds of stop motion drama.
And this is
Photo by Mitchypop
DrupalCon London Day 2, the most exciting day of DrupalCon London? Perhaps it was for me, at least up to that day. The conference of course was filled with interesting sessions and the evening with interesting entertainment.
We're moving to Prime Tower. No, just a joke. We're still in Technopark.
For our friends from Basel and abroad: This is Primetower in full view:
If you're reading this blog post with Internet Explorer you might want to consider a shift to Camino or Opera.
According to research by AptiQuant, Internet Explorer users have a lower than average IQ. The study gave web surfers an IQ test, then plotted their scores against the browser they used. The results suggested that Internet Explorer surfers had an average IQ in the low eighties.
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Today, the third part in a series of four called "Everything is a Remix" by Kirby Ferguson has been released. I've been following the first parts as well, and it is a very nicely done little collection of ideas revolving around creativity, the creation process, copyright and how many things we know and use today are a remix rather than a piece of original work.