• Putting Your Dribbble Likes to Work

    Putting Your Dribbble Likes to Work

    If you’re anything like me, you frequently come across amazing shots on Dribbble, you like them, and then, before you know it, you’ve forgotten about them. And that’s the end of the story. That shot gets buried in your account history, likely to never be seen again. I’m a big believer that creative inspiration is usually found in others’ creative content, and I decided to actually make something happen with those Dribbble shots.

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  • Designing an Alternative to the Hamburger Menu

    Designing an Alternative to the Hamburger Menu

    Ok, I’m sure you’re tired of reading articles and hearing conversations centered around the three small lines of the hamburger menu. Is it a bad UI pattern? Is it ok? Well, this isn’t a post about whether it’s good or bad. The fact is, I believe it’s a poor design decision, take it or leave […]

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  • What I Think of Adobe XD

    What I Think of Adobe XD

    When I learned that Adobe was building a new product that was focused around user experience design and prototyping, I was thrilled. Back then, it was under the code name of “Project Comet.” I’ve been anxiously awaiting it for quite some time now. But before it was released, I found out it wouldn’t be just […]

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  • What I’ve Been Up To Lately

    What I’ve Been Up To Lately

    For any of you reading this, it’s no secret that I’ve been pretty radio-silent for the last couple of years. The truth is, things have been busy. 2013 turned into a bit of a rollercoaster ride, and things have been racing ever since. This month, I finally got around to updating my site with new […]

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  • The StarCraft Business Model

    The StarCraft Business Model

    No, this isn’t a post about logging into battle.net while you’re on the clock. Nor is it a post that outlines the strategies that will finally undermine those Koreans that you can’t seem to defeat. No, this is about what I believe much of corporate America is missing.

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