You think that with all the money they have, the good folks at The Saatchi Gallery might have a top notch web site. Instead, it looks like a MySpace reject.
Perhaps the next time they’re contemplating buying a dead animal, they might use it to redo their web site instead. 😉
I have always been a fan of the design of PHILIPPE STARCK. I’ve been to alot of his hotels and cafes (such as Cafe Costes above) and I have a number of his consumer designs (including a fly swatter!) I think he is a good designer.
So why is his web site such a usability nightmare!? Just try finding anything there.
Maybe it is just the English version, but I doubt it.
My friend Jean-Francois told me about this site. People post Do It Yourself videos on the web for others to see. If this takes off, it could be quite something. I wonder if Home Depot knows about this? Beat them to it. See
5min – Life Videopedia
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Not calamari! The iPhone! 🙂 (Ok…some calamari would be good , too.)
Apple iPhone Ad: Calamari
I know I know, it’s still a computer and it will hang up and crash and all that stuff….anyway….see for yourself.
I read alot of kids books. I enjoy them even when I am not reading them to little ones. Poppleton is my favourite series, with the possible exception of Stella and Sam. the Poppleton stories are wonderfully illustrated in watercolour, with plenty of small details to point out. The language is straightforward but not “Dick and Jane”, and the stories are fun to read aloud and to listen to. Even the characterization is good (yes, I know, they are only short books, but trust me. 🙂
I bought as many of them as I could find at Indigo. Here’s one, the first one we had.
Poppleton and Friends by Mark Teague
And here’s one of the Stella books:
Stella Star Of The Sea by M Gay
I highly recommend them.
It’s a small world. I came across the Code Monkey video at the Web 2.0 expo and posted it here on my blog which was read by my friend Leta who mentioned Jonathan’s web site, www.jonathancoulton.com, which I pointed out to some people a few months ago based on an article I read in the Nytimes.com!
So….check out his site. He’s got a great story, and lots of good music as well! Leta recommends: the acoustic version of ‘Baby Got Back’ is a treat