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  • Bolder and Bolder

    Take the next step.&nbsp; Dont imprison your user experience in a tiny little box on the PC; set your user experience free! The days of the media-web-in-a-box are numbered.&nbsp; Content is bursting out of the browser, onto the desktop, devices and into your living room.&nbsp; Ive talked about this in Media, media everywhere, but why on the ...
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 25, 2006
  • Shoulder to Shoulder

    Designers design, developers develop; its the way it should be.&nbsp; Seems pretty obvious, doesnt it?&nbsp; However, in the current version of the web most sites are designed by developers.&nbsp; This is not always a bad thing, but largely due to the limited technological palette, most web sites look the same these days.&nbsp; Most have: Top,
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 21, 2006
  • Media, media everywhere, but why on the PC?

    Once you get into the new Whole Product paradigm (see Extend your Reach, where I describe content delivered to multiple devices), youll quickly realize: while its cool to see a movie or a TV show in the palm of your hand, it may not always be the optimal experience for the content. I can hear well duh all the way from here.&nbsp; Believe
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 15, 2006
  • Services as a Platform

    Back in a previous life, I did lots and lots of system integration.&nbsp; I was an early adopter and designer of the services orientation paradigm, and used this to great advantage in developing architectures to support exposure of legacy data to business and presentation tiers. There is a similar movement afoot in the web at this time.&nbsp; ...
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 14, 2006
  • The Web’s Identity Crisis

    The web is deep in the throes of an identity crisis.&nbsp; Hacking has become a for-profit business, with a large and well-funded criminal element attacking legitimate online businesses on a number of fronts. Despite dramatic security improvements, we are observing significant increases in fraudulent activities on the web.&nbsp; Phishing and ...
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 6, 2006
  • Extend Your Reach

    In the past, applications were at the center of the data acquisition experience. Users opened specific applications to do certain things: you cannot read Email without a specific client or access content on the web without a PC- or Mac-based browser.&nbsp; Content was locked in applications, with few options for alternate access. We realize users ...
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 3, 2006
  • The User Experience

    Its an understatement to say that user experience on the web has come a long way since the 90s.&nbsp; Back then, companies had web sites that were little more than electronic billboards: they served static content, a few images and static links to yet more static content.&nbsp; Monetization opportunities were limited due to the limited technology ...
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on February 1, 2006
  • The Wired Ad

    I'm here to discuss some of the topics Mixed into our ad that broke in Wired.&nbsp; Im sure you recognize all the terms, but you might be asking yourself: What do we mean by them? I'm Michael Coates.&nbsp; I work on Ray's team, focusing on business cases and engaging partners to build interoperable applications that use their technology and ...
    Posted to mix blog (Weblog) by micoat on January 27, 2006