Bad software – Kopitiam top up machine

guy looking stressed presumably because of the kopitiam top up machine
Photo by Nik Shuliahin on Unsplash

Enough is enough.

We live in 2017 in a world where tech exists in every nook and cranny of our daily lives. Everyone has picked up a vocabulary of tech – gestures, button symbols, emojis (and emoji shortcuts :+1:), and so on.

Therefore it’s no longer cute (or excusable on the part of the developer) in my opinion to put out poorly designed software (in) products. Sloppy software delights nobody and frustrates practically everybody. Especially developers!

So in a bid to raise the overall standard of tech, I’m going to call out organisations that put out crappy, sub-standard software into the modern world.

First up, Kopitiam.

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Nike shoes designer Tinker Hatfield on design

tinker hatfield
Tinker Hatfield and one of the sneakers he designed (I’d be surprised if that assumption is wrong)

I recently re-started to organise what my good friend Kegan and I call “docu-nights” where we watch a documentary film together at my place. There’s never an awkward obligation to sit together and engage in intellectual conversations after these films, but we often wax philosophical in areas unrelated to the film anyway.

This post is my notes from an evening spent watching Abstract: The Art of Design season 1 episode 2 about the designs of Tinker Hatfield.

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