Jeff Croft

I’m a product designer in Seattle, WA. I recently worked at Simply Measured, and previously co-founded Lendle.

Some of my past clients include Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, and the University of Washington.

I’ve authored two books on web and interactive design and spoken at dozens of conferences around the world.

I’m currently accepting contract work and considering full-time opportunities.

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February 2005

  • Blog entry // 02.07.2005 // 2:15 PM // 11 Comments

    Terrell Owens: Fun-loving MVP or evil thug?

    I’ve been saying it under my breath for a few years now, but I’m ready to publicly come clean. I’m ready to admit it. Here goes: I love Terrell Owens. It’s hard to feel sorry for a guy that making millions upon millions of dollars, but I really think T.O. gets a bad rap. This guy is probably the best receiver in the NFL. He plays with more heart and passion than almost anyone on the field. Last night, in the Superbowl, he managed 110+ yards on a broken stick. Where would Randy Moss have been? In the press box, that’s where.

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  • Photo // 02.02.2005 // 4:48 PM // flickr

    An oldie, but goodie.

  • Blog entry // 02.01.2005 // 10:11 AM // 22 Comments

    Got me a new phone.

    Sanyo PM-8200 from Sprint PCSAs my aging Sprint/Samsung N400’s battery problems have been getting worse by the day and my addiction to Flickr has consumed me, I figured it was high time I get out and get myself a camera phone. So, this weekend, I saw a very good deal on the Sprint/Sanyo PM-8200 and snatched it up. I think it’ll be fun to have a camera with me at all times, especially since Flickr allows me to send my pictures to my photostream (and thus, my blog) directly from the phone. I tried it, and it couldn’t be easier. It will be fun in the bar, at the club, at the game, or just wherever.

    The phone is not top-of-the line by any means, but it does do most of Sprint’s snazzy Vision features, and it does seem to have a decent (but VGA) camera with flash. Overall, it’s a huge improvement over my N400. It’s much smaller, has two very decent screens, a nice menu system, a considerably better web browser, good quality speakerphone, and is ReadyLink (push-to-talk) compatible (although I don’t currently use that feature).

    If you happen to be looking for an inexpensive way into the camera phone arena, check it out. I found it at my local Radio Shack for $29 (cheaper than the local Sprint Store).

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