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Iterate 39: Clarko and user experience design

Marc and Rene talk to Chris Clark, aka Clarko about Miranda Kerr, Square, Black Pixel, and user experience design. This is Iterate.

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Kaleidoscope 2 for Mac lets you quickly, powerfully find and merge differences in text, code, and images

Kaleidoscope 2 from Black Pixel lets you take code, text, images, and even folders and quickly, clearly see the differences between multiple versions. While that sounds simple in theory, it's not. Making differential data make sense, doing it in a way that's useful and actionable, and packaging it in an app built for people who build apps, well, that requires some serious kung-fu.

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Debug 3: Jury and Kaleidoscope

Guy and Rene talk to Michael Jurewitz (Jury), formerly developer tools evangelist at Apple, now director of product development at Black Pixel, about Kaleidoscope 2, the realities of Apple, how to ship software, how to price software, and dealing with that Daft Punk helmet.

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Kaleidoscope 2 goes into public beta, compares your images, text, and code to keep you on track

While Black Pixel usually operates quietly, behind the scenes, doing some of the best work you don't even realize you're using every day, they've also acquired and begun working on a small collection of their own apps. First out the gate is Kaleidoscope 2. Kaleidoscope, originally created by the now-Facebook owned Sofa, is a tool that lets artists, writers, designers, and developers compare versions of their work to spot subtle differences and merge best aspects to make sure they're producing the absolute best products possible.

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