Here’s the next instalment from my Coursera project notes: This has been an interesting exercise but I’m looking forward to doing some actual design and prototyping work soon. I’ve also been thinking about how much more flexible software design can be than physical product design; especially hosted auto-updating software like a web app.
Following on from my post about stealing ideas, here’s the first instalment from my Coursera design project. I’ll share this work as I go along and then I’ll open source the project properly once the course is over (in seven weeks). Design problem definition: I am developing a simple and flexible meal planning system that generates a… Continue reading A simple and flexible meal planning system
So, as part of this Coursera design course, I’m learning a lot about how people value their own ideas. One of the discussions among the students is about “how to avoid people stealing your ideas”. Firstly, I should point out that each discreet chunk of your work is reviewed by five of your peers and… Continue reading On stealing my ideas