DesignOpinions

“Isn’t ‘sleep on it’ the best design advice ever? Can’t count the number of times in my career this has been super helpful.”

DesignOpinions

“It's easy to shit on designers. It’s harder to shit on the unseen structures, management practices and power dynamics that directly influence designers’ work.”

CodeTools

GitHub Blocks

Create rich, interactive repositories that showcase your project.

BusinessTools

Metaphor

An AI-powered search engine with a fresh approach.

CodeTools

Hey, GitHub!

Voice-based interaction with GitHub Copilot, the AI pair programmer.

DesignOpinions

“In a world of generative AI, curation will become the new creation.”

DesignOpinions

Most companies don’t need ‘great design’ – it can even hurt a business. Most just need ‘good enough’ design.

CodeTools

Retool

A platform for building powerful application components with minimal effort.

BusinessOpinions

“If you’re lucky enough to have built an early version of something people actually want, quality is truly the ultimate growth lever.”

BusinessTools

Feedle

A search engine for blogs and podcasts where every search is an RSS feed.

DesignOpinions

“80% of the design process is exploring alternates only to come back to a slightly modified version of the one you started with.”

BusinessOpinions

“Whenever I add a new RSS feed to my reader, I feel like I’ve added a new gem to my treasure box.”

DesignOpinions

“The current education in the UX field is way too focused on polished deliverables, not enough on your feet skills and thinking techniques.”

CodeTools

Konbert

A powerful online data converter (XLS, CSV, JSON, XML, HTML, SQL, and more).

CodeOpinions

“There should be a code of ethics for frontend developers where we all agree to never disable paste on form inputs.”

CodeTools

Regex-Vis

An online tool to understand regular expressions by visualizing them.

CodeResources

FFmpeg

Fundamental concepts, media transcoding, video and audio processing, practical examples.

BusinessOpinions

“I’m going to reinstate a blog roll and RSS on my website (and you should too.) That might be a great way to bring back the feeling we had about blogs pre-Twitter.”