Robert Smith

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Honeydue is a money management app for couples

Honeydue is a mobile app that aims to reduce money-related arguments between couples by offering tools to share information on respective account balances and spending.<p>The app also lets couples stay on top of money matters in other ways, such as being able to comment on individual transactions and …


Converging consumer values in China and the U.S. are creating millennials without borders

Marketers love slicing and dicing by region: APAC, NorAm, LatAm, MENA, ANZ, etc. But what if the best way to slice is no longer by geography, but by age?<p>Marketers may need to geo-locate for one-off campaigns, but as technology adoption influences our daily routines, forward-thinking entrepreneurs …


Thoughtbot’s Kyle Fiedler: Know yourself and trust your process

We chatted with thoughtbot's Chief Design Officer about involving designers in business strategy, hiring the right people, and the one thing teams …

UX Design


The Audacity of Copying Well

One of the more eye-rolling sentiments in tech — thankfully fading — is that every rectangular device with a touchscreen is a rip-off of the iPhone. …

Calls come to Slack

A simple, pleasant way to speak with your teamTyping is great. We love typing. And while there are many fine ways to communicate via …


"As a founder, I strongly resonate with the themes of The #FoundersMentality." - @MichaelDell, Founder and CEO @Dell

Silicon Valley shows its primary colors

In 2008, two senators battled it out during the Democratic primaries. However, several Silicon Valley CEOs and investors poured early financing into one particular candidate – Hillary Clinton.<p>Chris Sacca, an early investor in Twitter, Uber and Instagram, also bet early on Clinton, contributing to …

Silicon Valley