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Design's Seat at the (Cap) Table: Part I
Design's Seat at the (Cap) Table: Part I
March 23, 2021
My thoughts and reflections of the value of design angel investors.
Jodorowsky’s Product Roadmap
Jodorowsky’s Product Roadmap
January 23, 2021
When an uncompromising vision collides with production...
A job description that inspired
A job description that inspired
November 22, 2020
Can a job description change your career?
One year at Webflow
One year at Webflow
October 16, 2020
A year ago today I started my journey as a team member at Webflow. Before I joined, I took a small sabbatical to really spend time finding something I wanted to do meaningful for a very long time.
Zoom out of Zoom
Zoom out of Zoom
August 5, 2020
A farewell love letter to Quartz Composer
A farewell love letter to Quartz Composer
July 7, 2020
A farewell letter to my first love language...visual programming.
RIP Milton Glaser
RIP Milton Glaser
June 27, 2020
The legendary Milton Glaser passed way yesterday and the design world is mourning. During the early development phases of my career, I often referred to Glaser's "Ten Things I Have Learned" essay.
Intentionally limiting my computation resource
Intentionally limiting my computation resource
May 19, 2020
The desire and need to limit the amount of time doing mindless computation
My approach to using Notion as a workspace
My approach to using Notion as a workspace
May 10, 2020
I don’t like feeling busy; a feeling that doesn’t make me feel great, like I am not in control. I do, however, love to do many things. To mitigate being busy, I believe design, experimentation, and focus can enable you to be effective by having things be productive for you.Though I continue to explore many digital tools, Notion is one that remains part of my daily workflow. As many of us have been sheltering in, mini-conversations have sparked a lot of interest in how I use Notion and figured I should write something up about it.
Metal Gear Figma: Component Snakes
Metal Gear Figma: Component Snakes
April 24, 2020
Visual I created to show how components work using Metal Gear Solid as the metaphor.
How autolayout works in Figma
How autolayout works in Figma
April 24, 2020
I created a quick sketch to help elaborate on how auto layout works in Figma.