donlehman
Don Lehman
donlehman
Oct 15 2014
9

The real question is where did they find the tile guy that was willing to put the mosaic in? Probably had to ship him in from Miami.

Nov 27 2013
1

Hey Don, Excellent article. One thing that I remember reading a few months back was that the size of the Xbox One was designed so that it would never face overheating issues again. In fact I believe one of the primary goals of Microsoft was to design a system that can be "always on" for 10 years minimum. I Read more

Jun 11 2013
1

While we're talking #corrections, just one point on heat transfer. Your use of "convection" is partially correct. Any use of forced fluid flow (blowing air over a metal heatsink, flowing water over a drill bit, etc.) is considered convective heat transfer. I'm not aware of the setup of the G4 Cube, but from how you Read more

Jun 11 2013
2

As a current owner of a Mac Pro, I pretty much agree with all the design decisions I see here. Even though upgrading drives on the Pro is a snap (miles easier than even the best designed PC cases I've ever seen), external storage is definitely the future. Read more

Jun 11 2013
6

"Placed between Apple’s entry-level iMac and high-end Power Mac." That's exactly where I see this product, it seems great if you think of it as a Mac Mini Pro, but as a replacement for the Mac Pro I'm a bit disappointed. I guess I fall into the category of "users who will miss optical media and PCI card slots." If I Read more

May 29 2013
1

so theres two aspects to this ios 7 changes debate. Some are functional, and others are aesthetic the way I see it. and this is just as someone whose a non designer nor programmer. Read more

May 29 2013
1

Ive is a designer and I think product design translates in aesthetics both inside and out in three dimensions. So far Ive has always seemed to arrive at sophisticated responses to every design challenge and I think his venture into UI will be fresh and address many of the issues with the current iOS.