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Extremely interesting study by Google on the usage of smartphones, tablets, PCs … or better on the usage of ‘screens’: The New Multi-screen World.

Thanks to @HagakureLive to link the presentation in his tweet.


In my readings I’ve collected some resources about “Social Media” and I want to share them with you. I hope they can inspire or be helpful!

3 Ways To Work Smarter Using Google+ Hangouts

Why Measuring Social Media MATTERS

8 Social Media Tactics for Higher Education Used by MIT

You?ll never believe how LinkedIn built its new iPad app via @prismatic”
– Piergiorgio Grossi


I’ve collected some resources about “UX and friends” and I want to share them with you. I hope they can inspire or be helpful!

Usability Design Considerations for Web Forms

The Death of the Wireframe? Towards An Integrated Approach to UX Design

The New Google+ Is More Beautiful Than Facebook


I’ve read an article suggested by Leandro in his tweet: 26% of European doctors use an iPad professionally.

What are all of these doctors using their iPads for? The survey showed that they’re using them primarily to browse medical articles on the web, watch videos, and look up information

via Twenty-six percent of European doctors use an iPad professionally | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog.

This is an interesting statistic and I wish I’ve read that there are already many specific apps that help them in taking care of ALL of us quickly, in a better way, in an economically sustainable way.

But I think this is exactly what Leandro is working on, right?


Native apps are a remnant of the Jurassic period of computer history, a local maximum that is holding us back. The combination of a discovery service and just-in-time interaction is a powerful interaction model that native apps can’t begin to offer.

via Mobile Apps Must Die | Blog | design mind.


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