I'm a designer at Twitter in San Francisco.
I love writing in-depth articles about technology and design, as well as sharing my travels with large photosets.
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Everything you need to know about how drones work, how to fly them and modify them.
Why motion design is now a required skill for designers.
As designers we love to focus on simplifying interfaces. We clasp Dieter Rams' 10 principles. But what about decluttering and crafting something useful with the content that lives inside these interfaces?
This static site is now hosted entirely on Amazon S3 with CloudFront along with Route 53 for DNS. Here's how you can do the same.
How I fell in love with Android and how you can too.
There comes a time in every photographer's life when they must ask themselves what to do about all those terabytes of photo RAWs.
Wherein I realize how to own less, worry less and live more.
The final part in the responsive design and development series, this post covers responsive images and HiDPI assets.
This is how I work and what software and hardware I use to do it.
How I began building the responsive, mobile-first redesign of this Jekyll-based site.
Yes, this is a post announcing that I have joined the team at Twitter as a designer.
Responsive design and how I thought about it when redesigning this site.
How do you attract great talent to your startup? It's all about the company culture.
Chrome for iOS is damn good — even if I can't set it as default.
Mar 30th — Apr 6th, 2014
Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima...