If you immediately understand what the T-shirt above is all about then you should probably gift one to that “mirror selfie” taking human in your life. Merry Christmas babe: http://teespring.com/mirror-selfie
Today is a very proud day for me. BYU Soccer has began using Scan to sell tickets and season passes. It makes me so happy to see 2 things that I’ve worked so hard on, come together in a beautiful way. Here’s the link if you’d like to Continue reading →
When building a product, one of the first things you should ask yourself is whether this is something you would use. That way, at the very least you’ll have 1 user. And if things go really well, 3 years later you’ll have over 50 million ; )
Are you the type of person who thinks the idea is the most important part of a business and that it should be kept a sacred secret for the world to never see? Or are you the type that understands that execution is far more important and without it, any idea will tragically expire? As you can tell from my highly biased tone, my personal opinion is of the latter.
I get to meet with many people wanting to share their ideas with me for feedback or help. Over time, I’ve come to see a very Continue reading →
I thought it would be fun to wear my Google Glass and share the experience from our perspective. In this video, the top half is what viewers saw on their TV and the bottom half is everything from my perspective through Google Glass.
The whole experience was a lot of fun. Some of my most memorable times have come from Continue reading →
It was 2 years ago when we initially launched v1.0 of the Scan website. It quickly became one of the fastest growing sties for the world to create, manage, and track custom QR codes. Today, were excited to fully introduce v2.0.
Below are two commercials that have recently been playing on tv. Both from “similar” companies, yet these advertisements couldn’t feel any more different.
In my personal opinion, one ad celebrates and captures life, while the other attempts to become your life (all you talk about and do). Well I think I’ll just leave it at that. I won’t even say which is which.
This reminds me of politics. Except that usually both politics choose to belittle their competition. Thank you Apple, for believing in humanity enough to advertise like you do.