Top 20 posts of 2012 – 20 to 16

It’s that season when we start to get all retrospective, and so I thought I’d take a look back on the year that was 2012 over the next few weeks by looking at what the top viewed articles on this blog were over the course of the 12 months.

So here we go with a brief run-down of posts 20 to 16 (queue Paul Hardcastle’s The Wizzard…)

At number 20, When to app (revisited) – a model that I’m continuing to refine that can help define an app user experience that is differentially better for an end consumer than what can be done in a mere website. Watch out for more of this in the next few months.

At number 19, ITDF Links pulled together a series of other articles that formed the basis of a couple of workshops I ran at the May IT Directors’ Forum.

At 18,  A simpler age has some snapshots of marketing posters from the 1980s that were uncovered earlier in the year during some renovation work at Richmond Station.

At 17, A new focus described the start of the work that I’ve been doing in the latter half of the year, focusing on the marketing industry.

And at number 16, some thoughts on Reactions to innovation prompted by the launch of Berg’s Little Printer.

The rundown continues soon…

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