Sat, 19 December 2009
Colin from Canada returns to discuss his three iterations for the Design Critique blog page redesign. Because this project is not "real" in a commercial sense, we tried three iterations with increasing levels of client involvement just to see how the designs might differ.
Design 1 was purely from Colin's perspective as a listener to the show, wth no involvement from Tim.
Design 2 was derived from Colin's interview questions that he'd normally ask an actual client.
Design 3 included Tim's general vision of what he wants in the new page design, plus Colin's executing the details.
Remember to see episode DC654a for the PDF file of Colin's three designs, or look at them on Colin's own website at
Listener Tom from Maryland asks some very important questions about hackintoshing, end-user license agreements, and the poorly implemented and supported EFI-X module.
The "Why Does Apple Allow Personal Hackintoshes" article is at
The "It's time to bring the EULA madness to an end!" editorial is at