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Andrew
I make things for screens
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Andrew Jun 12
Source or it didn’t happen
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Andrew Jun 8
Where can I learn more? Curious to see where you derived the numbers you used here
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Chaz B. Jun 8
New York law 50-A protects criminal cops from being exposed. Bad cops need to be held accountable. Repealing 50-A is on the table in New York this week. Take action now:
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James Clear Apr 8
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Andrew Mar 20
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Andrew Feb 14
Replying to @rubenator
Welp now I know what’s for lunch 😋
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Devon Govett Jan 29
“Handoff” is perhaps the worst term in our industry at the moment. It implies that design and development are completely separate and that design can be “done”. Design and development are really a single collaborative process. Our tools need to unify to reflect that!
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Andrew Jan 22
Excellent work 👏🏽 If I could upvote more, I would. You should write about the technique for that silky smooth, mesmerizing hero
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Andrew Jan 21
Literally today “it’s not in the design system” was used as a reason to not try a new pattern that improved the usability of a feature
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Andrew Jan 11
Duplication is better than the wrong abstraction. Done is better than perfect. Don’t take yourself seriously.
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Andrew Jan 8
Retweets should be opt-in. Quote tweets are different. At least they’re from the person I followed.
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Andrew Jan 7
Replying to @a_Nater
Such as... Alt text for icons, images, and non-textual elements UI roles (Button, input, menu, etc) Navigation (although prototyping is a step in the right direction)
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Andrew Jan 7
What design tools lack is the ability to convey the UI as an accessible interface They’re squarely concerned with the visual aspect of an interface Inclusive designs require much more
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Andrew Jan 6
Write to quiet the mind
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James Clear Dec 30
Work on things that you care about getting right. It is nearly impossible to become exceptional in any field if you do not genuinely care about "getting it right."
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Andrew Dec 30
Replying to @a_Nater
Worse, working *through* these conditions can exacerbate them. You wouldn’t run on a broken leg, why would you try to work like hell through burnout?
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Andrew Dec 30
It’s obvious that we can’t work with the flu or after a major injury. Yet we don’t take a depressive episode or panic attack as seriously. Their effects can be harder to observe or explain, but no less impactful to our productivity.
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Andrew Dec 28
Replying to @rubenator
Happy to start this journey with 😎 2020 will be great
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Andrew Dec 28
New year is around the corner and I’m interested in growing my presence as an engineer. Instead of tutorials, I’ll share more about principles, relationships, and health. Since Twitter is awful at nuanced writing, expect blog posts
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Andrew Dec 24
A good page builder would be somewhere between Sketch and Pages/GDocs/Word
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