I spent the last 6 months reading. A lot. Mostly science fiction books, some poetry and some other interesting stuff. I loved it.
The science fiction collection included the following. The Nexus trilogy by Ramez Naam (Nexus, Crux, Apex). Autonomous by Annalee Newitz. Slow Bullets by Alastair Reynolds. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. All System Red by Martha Wells. The Three Body Problem trilogy by Cixin Liu. Binti by Nnedi Okorafor. Supercute Futures by Martin Millar. (more…)
I started using Gutenberg, the new editor for WordPress, and immediately fell in love with it. I believe that Gutenberg is the best thing happened to WordPress after Jetpack.
Gutenberg is the best thing happened to WordPress after Jetpack
While playing around with Gutenberg a few things didn’t click. I spent a few hours and the result is the mockup you see. It’s an idea to improve the familiar without changing to something new. It’s a different approach on the super hard work all everyone has done and will be doing so far. That’s it. (more…)
I met Stanislav a little over a year ago in Stockholm. We met in Slussen and decided to go to Starbucks. Johan & Nyström would be a better choice for sure.
We spent almost two hours chatting about WordPress. That’s why we met after all. I had this idea about making WordPress better. Stanislav was eager to listen. I was eager to share my thoughts. (more…)
Twitter was built 9 years ago. About a year later the hashtag was born. SMS was on the rage and 160 characters were all we had for the time being. Twitter’s 140 characters messages left enough space for ads to match the 160 characters of SMS.
This is before the rise of smartphones, wireless broadband and the popularity of photos and videos. Fast forward to 2015 and the state of Twitter today. (more…)
A UI concept attempting to fix a Figma pain point in designers' workflows. Figma pins.