The new IOS video uses whiteboard animation, a form or technique that you cannot not watch. You might remember an older UPS commercial where a hand is diagramming on an easel in hyper speed. I think the reason it is so addictive to the eye is that we all intrinsically love to see progress sped up.
Are you over your resolutions yet?
It’s been almost two weeks.
How can a “holiday” cause so much angst? The grand visions of a life-changing conversion at the flip of a calendar page are just too enticing.
If only someone would invent willpower-in-a-can already, we could get past this.
It’s not as far-fetched as it sounds.
Granted, we might not have the music-cool stunts-exotic locales-bad guys-damsels in distress-cars-gadgets-save the free world thing going that he has, but aside from all that, we’re practically twins - - if he were a real guy.
Maybe that’s who we will be for Halloween 2016.
According to the Standish Group, what do IT projects that are defined as successful have in common with IT projects that fail? The common link to both successful and failed project is “end users.”
In successful projects the number one determinant factor of success was “user Involvement.” Similarly the number one reason listed for IT ‘fails” was – you guessed it – “lack of user input.”
Is this surprising? Yes and no.
It was “the economy”.
With new candidates announcing their intentions to run for the presidency almost daily, the drumbeat is growing louder about the importance of ideas. In their announcements, almost all of them talk about the need for new ideas - that our future depends on new ideas – about how our country can’t solve new problems with old ideas. Since the field is about 100, that’s a lot of talk about ideas.