It's never been a better or worse time to be an iOS developer

On the last Accidental Tech Podcast, Marco Arment identified the growing friction on the iOS platform

December 12, 2014

Three easy steps to help non-designers make an MVP look great

Some low-hanging fruit for developers and other non-designers like myself to make the first version of their product look great

December 3, 2014

Introducing Fifty for iPhone

Some friends and I set out to make the simplest, most comfortable app for following pro football.

November 30, 2014

Arbitrary positions

Why I arbitrarily support Net Neutrality, and why I'd never be able to convince anyone else to do so

November 11, 2014

Emoticons are the enemy of humor :-D

As expressive as emojis and emoticons are, their conspicuousness often spoils jokes

October 16, 2014

All the reasons why adoption might have slowed with iOS 8

Speculating on some of the reasons why iOS 8 adoption appears to be far behind years past

October 7, 2014

Feature plateaus

Are there natural resting places for features and products?

October 2, 2014

Presently anticipating experiencing considerable precipitation

I fell off the jargon wagon with a poorly written email

September 25, 2014

Open sometimes wins

On whether "open" ever really meant much in mobile, and what Android's openness has actually won

September 19, 2014