Posts Tagged “Useability”

Kindo releases photo’s today

by oneafrikan on March 12, 2008

I’m sitting in the airport at Chicago and am just about to get on a plane back to London. Feeling more tired and whacked out than in a long time; probably the last SxSw… Anyways, if you’re reading this and (…)

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Thoughts on third day of SxSW – 10th March 2008

by oneafrikan on March 11, 2008

Spent a lot of today working, so not as much detail as yesterday ;-) Scaling boot camp was pretty interesting and some new ideas coming out of that. Key take homes were: understand what has to happen in order to (…)

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Thoughts on second day of SxSW – 9th March 2008

by oneafrikan on March 11, 2008

A/B Testing was pretty interesting but kinda strightforward theoretically. Interesting to see how Yahoo!, eBay and LinkedIn approach testing in different ways, and some ideas around testing ideas for user interaction and design vs results. Sometimes you get results you (…)

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Thoughts on first day of SxSW – 8th March 2008

by oneafrikan on March 9, 2008

So I’m at SxSW again, and really loving the vibe. Missed it last year due to a little project called Kindo, but made a point of coming this year. I’m not really sure what it is about “South By” that (…)

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Any Africans at SxSW?

by oneafrikan on March 8, 2008

I’m at SxSW in Austin, Texas and am wondering whether there are any other Africans here? Ping me if you are, would love to hook up for a beverage or two ;-)

Brace yourself Sheila, Kindo is on TechCrunch

by oneafrikan on February 7, 2008

This morning we all got into the office and started the day as usual. Get in around 9, get the day started with review of actions (sharpen the saw) and meetings that need to happen, then the daily SCRUM (yesterday, (…)

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Ever seen Web2.0 in Arabic?

by oneafrikan on December 14, 2007

I’m extremely proud to say that due to some hard work from Ali in our office, we’ve released Arabic into Kindo… so now you get web2.0 family tree building and family social networking in Arabic, and 11 other languages… Pretty (…)

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