Posts Tagged ‘start-up’
The 4-day workweek. The 4-hour work week. Sounds really nice, doesn’t it? Who wouldn’t want to work 4 days every week and then play for 3 days? It’s not surprising that tens of thousands of books have been written about efficiency, about working less, about being more productive, about getting more out of your day, […]
Late in 2007, Google’s User Experience group articulated design principles that guide Google designs around the world – design the “Googley” way. The team defined those principles as follows: 1. Focus on people—their lives, their work, their dreams. 2. Every millisecond counts. 3. Simplicity is powerful. 4. Engage beginners and attract experts. 5. Dare to […]
Nothing better expresses a hip start-up than pulling up to a conference in Silicon Valley for the 32 “most disruptive startups”, in a powder-blue Mercury Grand Marquis. That’s Mike in the photo (I was laughing behind the camera). What a ride!