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06 February 2012
My First .NET MVC Project 1 | Part 5 - Reduce scope, stay focused
After writing my last post and finally get a visual of what my site will look like finally, it gets me thinking. I've posted before about " How your approach will truly make it or break it your company ", I noticed that I'm making the mistake again. What Read More...
02 February 2012
My First .NET MVC Project 1 | Part 4 - Brainstorm from a visual perspective continues
In my last post, I discussed about the application from a user's profile perspective, today, I thought I will mock up how the site will look like on the home page. Instead of typing plain text, I thought I would better try out some professional mock up Read More...
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20 January 2012
My First .NET MVC Project 1 | Part 3 - Brainstorm from a visual perspective
Previously, I discussed my inital draft of what entails the applicaiton , as I thought this through, I think it will be ideal to present a visual view of what might be helpful to the users and from here, brainstrom what else need to be added. I first Read More...
13 January 2012
How your approach will truly make it or break it your company.
In my earlier post " Identify a market or identify a problem? How you approach your idea makes a difference !", I've described two approaches to a product / service. This post is a reminder of another concrete example of how the two approaches comes to Read More...
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12 January 2012
Identify a market or identify a problem? How you approach your idea makes a difference!
The other day, my business partner Jackson Lin and I had a rather interesting discussion. Background ------------------------------------------ It all started by an article discussing the differences between Tumblr and Wordpress, how Tumblr was able to Read More...