Path co-founder Dustin Mierau: ‘an app without design is like a good story printed on a dot matrix printer’
The Verge is stepping up their game with this fantastic interview with Dustin Mierau. I am seriously going to download Path for my iPhone and give it a shot. I like the sound of it. Path if you are not familiar with it, is sort of like an online journal. You can connect with your friends and family and share experiences and be social. It is an app and this interview explains the process to some degree. You really get a sense of the intelligence of Dustin.
Dustin Mierau is co-founder and Chief Designer at Path, a journal and social network for Android and iPhone. Before Path, he co-founded Macster, which eventually became Napster for Mac. Mierau took a few minutes to talk to The Verge about the finer points of designing great software, how to stay focused, and about remembering the internet before it was filled with ads. You can find him on Twitter at @dmierau.
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