That’s a brutal setup from Gandalf Hudlow: Picture this: your team is under immense pressure to crank out a new software project. The daily stand-up is mostly about reporting that the code will be checked in by sprint end. The team’s nights, weekends and family time are sacrificed to get this super important project to […]
Sometimes I start a file or folder with * so it appears at the top. Sometimes I start a file or folder with Ω so it appears at the bottom. That’s all.
Stephen at work just got a new work laptop because his old one was dying. He ordered a fairly stock MacBook Pro one day, it arrived the next. He restored it from a “bootable backup” he made with Carbon Copy Cloner, and was instantly back to work on the new machine. I’m sure this is […]
Alex Hillman: This mental chaos monkey of fear shows up in lots of ways: • For some, it’s a feeling of subtle discomfort when talking about their work in social settings. • For others, it’s a feeling of deep anxiety that they’ll be scolded for doing or saying something unoriginal. • For others still, it’s […]
Highly educational Instagram post right here from Gahmya Drummond-Bey, that my wife shared with me: View this post on Instagram It's time for a history lesson. True inclusion also requires relearning our history. 💛💛💛 What's your favorite country song? #countrymusic #blacklivesmatter #teachersfollowteachers #blm #diversity #inclusion #allyship #ally #evolvedteacher #blackhistory #sharethemicnow #historylesson #banjo #lilnasx #debunked #nojusticenopeace✊🏾 […]
Semilattice is a concept. A block is the basic element. Blocks attach to each other and form a list. A card consists of multiple lists of blocks and hand drawings. A card could have multiple parents and children. Locations are represented in familiar nested structure, but become relational and flexible. A designated space is within […]
Kevin Kwok: Building for everyone in the design process and not just designers is also the foundation of Figma’s core loop, which drives their growth and compounding scale. That network effect is made possible by Figma’s key early choices like: • Architecting Figma to be truly browser-first, instead of just having storage be in the cloud • […]
Callia Hargrove in Dan Frommer’s The New Consumer: From my work at Teen Vogue — that job really opened my eyes to what the future can look like, and that people that are younger demand these things. It’s not like my parents’ generation where it was like, “It’d be nice if they would feature people […]