Jeff Croft

I’m a product designer in Seattle, WA. I lead Design at a stealthy startup. 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.

But seriously, who gives a shit?

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January 2005

  • Photo // 01.14.2005 // 4:53 PM // flickr

    Self Portrait

  • Photo // 01.14.2005 // 4:53 PM // flickr

    Self Portrait

  • Photo // 01.14.2005 // 4:52 PM // flickr

    What a cute couple!

  • Photo // 01.14.2005 // 4:52 PM // flickr

    Portrait of Michelle (kind of)

  • Blog entry // 01.12.2005 // 3:57 PM // 30 Comments

    FreeMiniMacs.com and FreeiPodShuffle.com

    Well, Gratis Internet is at it again. That didn’t take long.

    Just like FreeiPods.com, only for the Mac mini and iPod shuffle. If you read my site, you know that I did the free iPod deal from these guys and found it to be totally legit. I received a pink iPod mini a couple months later, and gave it to Michelle. So, why not try it again?

    All you have to do is sign up using my referrer link and complete one online offer. Get 10 (mac mini) or three (iPod shuffle) of your friends to computer an offer, and you’ve got yourself a free Mac mini or iPod shuffle. Too easy, right? :)

    My referrer links:

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  • Blog entry // 01.12.2005 // 10:11 AM // 27 Comments

    On the Mac mini

    Apple Mac miniOn the odd chance that youâve been out of town — on a ski trip to Breckenridge, for example — you may not have heard that Apple yesterday introduced the most inexpensive Mac ever: the $500 Mac mini. The Mac mini is an engineering marvel, housing an entire computer in a six inch square thatâs only two inches tall. Itâs smaller than many external hard drives. The machine comes without a display, keyboard, or mouse â? an obvious invitation to PC owners to simply switch out their bulky tower for the tiny box and be done with it.

    So how does it stack up? How successful will it be? What’s next for Apple?

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  • Blog entry // 01.11.2005 // 10:11 PM // 5 Comments

    Catching up: Vacation photos, MacWorld, and more.

    Jeff snowboarding.After a drive of ten hours or so, I returned home safely this afternoon from my ski/ride mini-break in Breckenridge. It was, of course, a blast. We skied three days at Breckenridge and one night at Keystone, hit the town, and did the usual ski trip stuff. I elected to snowboard again (I’ve now rode a total of seven days and one night in my life), and managed to come out of it pretty competent (I’m very solid on the blues, but didn’t try any blacks) and injury free (as opposed to last time). The rest of my group (Michelle, Melissa, Megan, Kevin, Andrew, and Rusty) all skied. The weather was decent — kinda cold and cloudy, but with tons of fresh snow for powder-riffic riding. All in all, it was a great time. Can’t wait to do it again.

    As promised, I’ve flickr’d my photos. Check ‘em out:

    Please leave comments on individual photos on their Flickr photo pages. General comments can be left here.

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  • Photo // 01.11.2005 // 7:01 PM // flickr

    Rusty, Megan, Kevin, Michelle, and Jeff on Peak 9

  • Photo // 01.11.2005 // 5:54 PM // flickr

    Jeff poses next to his Bentley (yeah, right).

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    Jeff poses next to his Bentley (yeah, right).

  • Photo // 01.11.2005 // 5:44 PM // flickr

    Waiting gear.

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    Waiting gear.

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    Skiers prepare to get on the lift.

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    Skiers prepare to get on the lift.

  • Photo // 01.11.2005 // 5:43 PM // flickr

    Skiers plan a route.

  • Photo // 01.11.2005 // 5:42 PM // flickr

    Melissa eating.

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