Mi primer post con el app de tumblr para iOS 7.
"You know I don’t believe a team can lead itself. I’m a big believer in vision. And even if you have a shared vision amongst a group, ultimately it will lead to some form of consensus. You really have to have someone who’s driving that and leading that and making the right choices or you won’t be able to be really"
—Robert Brunner on Can a Team Lead Itself?
THR reports that test screenings in New York, Arizona and Orange County—for Jewish, Christian and mixed religious groups—have been “worrisome” and “troubling,” prompting Paramount to suggest changes to the movie. As you might expect, Aronofsky has not been receptive. So what’s at issue? Apparently, it’s the third act, which is being deemed “a major challenge,” particularly as the studio wants to find a way not to “alienate the potentially huge Christian audience.” But the real surprise here is that Paramount suddenly has a problem with the film.
In short, it’s challenging, and now it seems that exact aspect of what made it special, seems to be at issue. However, not everyone sees it that way. “Darren is not made for studio films,” a source close the movie told THR. “He’s very dismissive. He doesn’t care about [Paramount’s] opinion.”
It’s both surprising and not-at-all-surprising that a big studio would try to tinker with a Darren Aronofsky film — especially one with a religious element. Let’s just hope he’s successful in his attempts to tell them to fuck off.
Si no, que encuentre quién le publique la peli independiente. No sería lo mismo si cede.
"Not only are they likely to exhibit loyalty and advocacy for the brands they like, but they also open their wallets,” says ComScore representative Justin Roy.
We’ve referred to this as the “customer experience supply chain.” Makes it sound important and business-like, eh?. But what it really means is that everybody who contributes to a product experience in any way is aware of the design idea/strategy, and what their role is in making it great. From the executive discussion of the opportunity, to defining marketing requirements, to the mechanical engineer making it feel just right, to the person on the line building it. And well beyond that into how the idea is communicated to the world, and how company reps explain it, and so on, and so on.
Robert Brunner sobre cómo lograr que el Diseño sea prioridad*
Hipmunk y su acierto de enfocarse en los problemas que afectan (o influyen) en la experiencia de viajar en avión.
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Un must-watch para los que hacemos UX.