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Francisco Inchauste
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Designer. Writer. Finch.
Designer. Writer. Finch.

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Joined in on the "Ideas of March." I hope you enjoy the post.

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New post about design language: "What your product's design says about you"

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Well, time to break in the new blog a bit. First post in 5 months! Enjoy: What will our (future) interfaces feel like?

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This is the beginning of Steve Jobs’ departure. Apple will never be the same.

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Happy to be working with Smashing Magazine on this new UX section -- Nice to finally have it live! Some great new articles coming soon.

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Mobile is not so mobile. Basically people use it at home while "taking care of the biz":

93% of smartphone owners use their smartphones while at home
62% of people use their mobile phone while watching television
69% use mobile while shopping
39% of smartphone owners use their devices in the bathroom

Source: http://mobileportland.com/events/myth-mobile-context

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I can say with confidence that this is one of the most detailed pieces I've ever done: Poster for the 7th Annual Traverse City Film Festival. I might do a blog post on the process of building this and the other art direction work I did for the festival if anyone is interested in seeing more.

The concept was around objects that relate to the festival, as well as the Traverse City area, and few things that are currently going on in the world that affect us all.
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Excellent post about Google+ by +Oliver Reichenstein Why and How Google+'s Interface is Kicking Ass

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"It doesn’t sound like rocket science, this practice of iteration, but it’s tempting to try to find the quick and easy solution as deadlines loom and clients steer us into unsettling waters. Yet if you look at great composers, designers, artists, and scientists who have changed the way we work, play, and interact with our surroundings, there’s a common thread that links them all: the notion that they didn’t get it right the first time." -- Christian Saylor
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