Most of my favorite software has just enough features to get by, usually fewer obvious features than its competitors.
Clever Uses for your Phonecam
A lot of neat ideas for ways to use your cell phone’s camera, many of which don’t really even require that the photos ever leave the camera.
Designing for Access
A reminder for each of us that we make powerful decisions about access whenever we create a website.
Ji Lee’s Speech Bubbles
Ji Lee pastes empty speech bubbles over advertisements in the Manhattan area.
Hasboro is sponsoring the Pony Project, inviting 50 artists to paint oversized ponies from their own perspective.
A Suggestion for the iPod Phone
I’m sure I wasn’t the only person disappointed by the recent unveiling of the iTunes phone.
We Heart Backups!
If you are a person who is reluctant to do backups, we urge you to think seriously about it.
The Nano’s Attention to Detail
An interview with industrial designer Jonathan Ive.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!
Falling for a new album.
The Art of Stumptown
From mid 2000 to late 2001, Duane and I would brainstorm ideas for the weekly Stumptown Coffee Roasters ad, which appeared in the Portland Mercury.
On the origins of our name.
Tips for Staying Creative
On 11 Tips to surviving a day job with your creativity intact.
What to do in a time such as this? A few places to donate after the hurricane Katrina.
No Ornaments Here
David Heinemeier Hansson’s O’Reilly interview is quite an enjoyable read – with much inspiration even for a non-programmer.
Flash 8… Please Hurry!
Here at Needmore, we really can’t wait for it!
Dishes and Hobbits
Two different times, two different creations – one big lesson?
Our take on a clever service now available for programmers.
Michael Paulus Show at Powell’s
Our good friend Michael Paulus has a new show up at the Basil Hallward gallery.
Where Do They Come From?
GVisit gives insight on where your visitors are coming from.
Rushing the sale isn’t the best idea.