What we can we learn from the Army's ongoing search for the perfect camouflage uniform? I saw this article this morning talking about how the army's snafus can be applied to mobile design http://venturebeat.com/2012/06/27/dylans-desk-what-mobile-designers-can-learn-from-the-armys-5b-camouflage-snafu/
I liked the conclusions that they drew from the case studies. First of all if you pick a product that will do everything well the chances are it will fail on some front. Second let the people using and developing products do their jobs. Third continue to test and adapt products to what works.
These three observations can be expanded into so many things. Here is what they mean to us here at the Barre Army Navy Store. First ACU is a bad doggy and all acu uniform items are on sale see http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/acu-uniform-items-c411.aspx
Second we have excellent alternative camouflages like multicam but not limited to that in our army navy clothing section http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/army-navy-clothing-c630.aspx
And will continue to adapt with new offerings like the All Terrain Tiger Stripe that is now available in shirts and pants http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/all-terrain-digital-camo-clothing-c361.aspx