I've noticed the growing use of animated screenshots in release notes and How To guides. The animation undoubtedly draws and holds the readers attention on what are often long pages of text and bulleted lists. I recently tried to create an animated screenshot for a blog post. Two attempts were
Most things that I think about are of little interest to most – the remaining thoughts banal. The few that might endure such banality, are doubtless able to more clearly articulate these and their own thoughts. It does not follow that I should abstain from writing, but rather to be clear
Maryn McKenna writes: I imagine what he might have thought [...] if he had known that a few years later, his life could have been saved in hours. I think he would have marveled at antibiotics, and longed for them, and found our disrespect of them an enormous waste. As I
Ghost Incorporated is a theme for Ghost which provides great typography, responsive design, author details, semantic markup and more. At this time it is for the most part a port of Jekyll Incorporated by Kippt, Inc. At this time you cannot set custom post cover images. Download latest release from
“I’ve seen too many talented people in Silicon Valley work on products that are incremental or not that life changing for anyone. By using the term ‘designer,’ we have a responsibility, even a moral obligation, to intentionally impact people’s lives, hopefully for the better. Unfortunately, the products we
A clever and concise rule of thumb for software products. To build something truly reusable, you must convince three different audiences to use it thoroughly first. — Jeff Atwood, The Rule of Three, 18 July 2013.