As much as there are applications making this a less painful process, it still just sucks the productivity out of you…
Everyone is a Robinson today ⚾️ #42 (at Petco Park)
Samsung says it refined its focus, but that’s not really true: there are still too many features, too many options, too many weird ideas about how we want to use our phones. It’s just all been tossed in a pile, thrown under a blanket, and swept into the corner where we hopefully won’t notice. The S5’s settings menu is 61 items long, and shows by default a grid of all-but-identical circular icons. Good luck with that. — Samsung Galaxy S5 review | The Verge (via thisistheverge)
EXACTLY. Sales driven design will never win.
Stranded at SFO and I’ve strangely found myself here… (at San Francisco International Airport (SFO))
Put together this letterhead really quickly for my mom.
Thought it was a cute idea so I wanted to share hahah. I’d been wrangling with an identity for her for some time, so landing on this this single black bar piano key inspiration brought a sigh of relief/giddyness.
Pretty lame and really unfinished but it’ll do for now #mvp
Can you describe briefly your process as a writer of how you would turn a germ of inspiration into a gem of an idea?
Steven King said every great story comes from the sentence ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if…’ and I think that’s very true. Experience strained through imagination is the way to go.
Crowd sourcing design ideas from the students. What needs to change? Join us all week on Library Walk or on April 12th to collaborate, create and change! Learn more at UXSD.org #changebydesign #dUCSD #design #UCSD (at Library Walk)
design.UCSD officially kicks off! Come design UCSD with us, industry and 200 other students on April 12th. Register at UXSD.org (at Library Walk)
It’s 4:30 am. I’m here ^ and spring quarter hasn’t even started yet. We’re in for a ride
A tad premature but I’ll take it. 🎓 #noteveningradschool