Reading other people’s code twitter.com/engineering_bae/stat…
Hungry for work.
Full Stack Designer & Developer with 20 years experience at your service. Power moves include: AWS, React/Node/Python, UI design, Logos, Forms (that don’t suck), Automation, and of course Spreadsheets. Details in profile.
Call on me when you need to pivot. 🤙 t.co/Oegzx2qq3p
I don’t really care about design tools but as a parent this is hilarious. twitter.com/nicolesaidy/status/1…
Adding loading=”lazy” to images is definitely a no brainer and big performance boost. twitter.com/mor10/status/1159124…
Been making some skeuomorphic Winamp skins in Sketch for fun.
Me: Cool my MacBook Pro has Touch ID so I can setup a pretty complicated password that I won’t have to type in all the time to unlock my computer because I can just use my finger.
My MacBook Pro Almost All the Time: Please enter your password to unlock TouchID
Replaced macOS’s default emoji picker with qMoji github.com/jaredly/qmoji and now I’m all like
Me but with eating bowls of ice cream twitter.com/BleacherReport/statu…
Watch some short videos about blockchain stuff and get free tokens coinbase.com/earn/eos/invite/vhj…
This is 4.5.
Back to that Monday morning school grind
Starstruck at the parade.
Perfect day to ride the carousel.
when you try to follow what’s happening in your asynchronous code
tl;dr I’m looking for a FULL-TIME JOB (NYC or healthy remote culture) after 6 years of freelancing! My primary skill is generative user research, but I can also write, teach, facilitate, and learn whatever else you can throw at me.
@MichellePhan This is where I think a lot of young people are today. The problems may not be in habitual notification bells & likes — they may be in an explosion of culture. On the infinite horizon, everything disappears into the background. Cultural interests are becoming cultural exhaustion.
@MichellePhan You used to have to be selective. It wasn’t long ago when choosing the wrong torrent meant a days work was lost. It wasn’t long ago when iPod and cassette constraints forced a ranking bias. Radio used to be something synchronous. Abundance made it disappear into the background.
Another dentist checkup in the books. As her reward she got to pick an item from the treasure box. She happened to pick a sticky, slimy, slug toy. The receptionist says all the little girls pick the slugs. The boys never picked the instagram.com/p/B0pF0xiHz15/