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I wrote the Mobile First Web Second blog post a few years ago. In that post, I talked about apps that were designed to be used on mobile primarily with the web as a companion.
By Erin Griffith On February 16, 2013 I’ve noticed a common refrain with investors at accelerator demo days.
App and mobile design has come a long way in the past few years, with many popular services shifting their focus more towards to improving the way their apps look.
You can imagine the scene in the board room.
This post was originally published at HBR.org.
By Danny Boice On December 18, 2012
This post has appeared as a guest blog on FounderDating , which brings together entrepreneurs with different skill sets to start innovative new companies.
Startups are incredibly stressful. I know many founders whose companies are doing great, but they are still stressed and unhappy. Polyvore is doing great (growing fast and cash-flow positive!)
One of the more surprising things I've noticed while working on Y Combinator is how frightening the most ambitious startup ideas are. In this essay I'm going to demonstrate this phenomenon by describing some. Any one of them could make you a billionaire.
What have you built lately? 14-year-olds Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, Faleke Oluwatoyin, and 15-year-old Bello Eniola have created a urine powered generator .
Editor’s note: Cherian Thomas is founder and CEO of Cucumbertown , a recipe-publishing platform.
Mike Krieger, Instagram’s founder, thinks you can build apps that fit in the real world by watching what people want, not guessing. He presented his eight core product design insights today at 500 Startups’ Warm Gun conference . Here’s the cheat sheet to his talk.
If you’re running a lean startup, “launch and learn” is undoubtedly a familiar mantra.
Editor’s Note: Lucas Rayala was the cofounder of Altsie. This is what you do when you close down your startup: you call Rackspace and cancel the Windows SQL server plan. You email SendGrid and give them notice on your Silver SMTP Service Package.