What travelling taught me about Design

Travelling is something I feel allows you to escape from everyday life and immerse yourself in completely new cultures. This opinion of mine was somewhat tainted when I landed in Vietnam to find my tuk tuk driver taking a selfie on his iPhone. Whilst traveling you come across a wide range of interfaces that are all necessary in helping you complete tasks such as; getting from A to B, finding places to stay, getting cash out and finding things to do. As you can imagine, not all of these interfaces are the most enjoyable things to interact with. Whilst I…


On Apple Pay

Past Apple recently announced it’s latest product offerings, two iPhones – iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which were part of a yearly cycle of updates for the mobile devices. While they are the best iPhones yet, this announcement was not as exciting as the new product category announcements. The first product was Apple Watch, which puts them in the wearable market and the second product was Apple Pay, which puts them in the mobile payments market. Apple Pay may sound like a completely ludicrous market for Apple to enter but when you think of the products that Apple has…


Apple Watch – The Good, The Bad and The Unknown

At a highly hyped event this week, Apple announced the Apple Watch, killing the “i” for the first time when introducing a new product category in the wearable space. No one was really surprised that Apple released a watch as rumours and speculations all over the web set a precedent for it’s imminent announcement. It was also a bit of a giveaway that many of the world’s top fashion editors and people like watch reviewer were invited to the event. After all the hype,Here we will try to look at the Good, the Bad and the Unknown regarding the Watch….


6 things to watch out for at Apple’s “Special Event”

It is that time of the year again when developers, users, and general technology enthusiasts are all excited to see what Apple is going to magically drop onto their store shelves. Apple released iPhone 5 in September 2012 along with the lightening connector and the new EarPods. Apple then released iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in the September 2013 event. At WWDC 2014 Apple announced OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, that are both expected to be released at tomorrow’s event. With unending speculations, rumours and discussions about the event, what’s brewing inside Apple’s secret labs? We asked our team,…


4 ways in which iBeacons can improve public transport

Public transport has always been considered as a cornerstone of any great city. Over the decades, these systems have continuously evolved to enable better access and to provide a better user experience. Various forms of technology have enabled transport providers to enhance the experiences they provide. Bus stops, for example, have changed over the decades from being just a bench on the side of a street to bus shelters with digital clocks counting down the time to the arrival of the next bus; payments for fares have changed from using coins or notes to purchase tickets to using cards that…