Two images that present the effect of backface & transform: translate3d

While developing a jQuery scrollable parallax site component (coming soon) with @pupunzi we found out that having CSS3 animations impacted dramatically performances on Firefox, but adding by hand instructions on CSS3 on backface and transform: translate3d (which normally you should not do) solved the problem. See this discussion: Considerations for CSS3 Transition Performance. Look how … Continue reading

An HTML5 audio library for mobile that tries to actually work

Wrote this with Matteo Bicocchi here: http://pupunzi.open-lab.com/2013/03/13/making-html5-audio-actually-work-on-mobile/

Your change manifesto– a service for change (webcast)

Change manifesto webcast

I’d be very happy to get feedback on this new service idea: Your Change Manifesto – about a free online service for facilitating creating consensual change in companies, teams, enterprises. A webcast where I present the idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL6IM1yV41o&hd=1 These ideas are inspired by Seth Godin’s writings. Feedback can be posted on this Facebook page, discussed … Continue reading

Getting to fail

Special glasses for reading in bed

The company where I work was lingering below failure until 2009. For years I complained, protested, presented ideas, and finally made it to shake it from its sleep, and in 2010 we overcame enough resistance and fear so that we became capable of failing. What most people don’t get is that becoming capable to fail … Continue reading

Amy Jo Kim’s Gamification Workshop Slides

I have been following Amy Jo kim’s work on gamification for a while. She recently published slides from a workshop of gamification and I find the contents of these very inspiring (hoping for a video soon). Not that I find the gamification fad interesting, but Miss Kim presentation is not the poor and arbitrary gamification … Continue reading