how I fixed Vogue’s Fashion Night Out #FNO

Ok, so I didn’t fix it. I just did something slightly OCD only for me. My friend saw what I’d done, loved it, and encouraged me to tell the story and the vision of what FNO could, some day, have. what is FNO? A few weeks ago was the much-anticipated Vogue’s Fashion Night Out. The […] continue reading »

how disruptive has mobile technology become?

Amusingly perhaps, my topic of choice this week is mobiles, how ubiquitous they have become and how we deal with their interruptions. I decided this on Monday. On Tuesday morning, it was announced that Microsoft would be buying nokia’s devices and services. I never expected to be blogging about mobiles and my love of nokia on the week its death sentence was pronounced. But there you go. Serendipitous irony. […] continue reading »

how to make introductions and be a good hostess in 140 characters or less

I still remember walking around Hursley, following a fellow tweep who wanted to introduce me to some awesome IBMers he knew. What i did not expect, was for him to use my twitter handle, @eurydice13, as part of the introduction. I am grateful, because by finding me on twitter he may have literally saved my […] continue reading »

First 2013 picture of Holland Park

Holland Park, a beautiful London park, has picked up and broadcast my photo as its first photo of the year! How cool is that? Here’s the photo that earned the “first photo of 2013” accolade, from my instagram. See it on Holland Park’s facebook page. the story On the first day of 2013, I went […] continue reading »

eurydice13’s year on twitter

This is a short compilation of what I have been up to, on twitter, courtesy of the vizify team. I’ve had a vizify bio for a long time now, and for new year’s, they’ve added in the “year on twitter” page to it. Turns out that, predictably, my post popular topic was #365, thanks to […] continue reading »

You can shop, but only with IE, says Marks & Spencer

It all began with a simple tweet. Marks and Spencer advertised Autumn outfit ideas, and posted the link to a page with a nice scrolling gallery. Looked like flash. It wasn’t, it’s designed in HTML/CSS, making it in theory very accessible. I browsed the gallery quickly, all items popped up as “out of stock” when […] continue reading »

Supper club to Restaurant: website and brand identity

In the spring of 2010, a friend of my best friend told me she wanted a website. I asked “what for?”. A supper club. I can’t even remember if I knew what those were at the time, but they were all the rage. I love making websites and getting people a presence on the internet […] continue reading »