my iPhone-although I'm not sure exactly what I'd want to sync with my iPhone.
How to Make Your Software a Success: Looking Beyond the Beauty
When people ask how I can help make their software look better, I'm pretty sure that's not all they're looking for. The expression that best applies here is "beauty is in they eye of the beholder." My first set of questions to them are, "Who is using your software, and why? How does the product help them?" By starting with these questions, teams can focus on the most important components of their software and begin moving up the pyramid. When you're looking to improve your software, I recommend you look beneath the surface level aesthetics and assess the utility and usability of your product.