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Frank Rausch
User Interface Typographer & iOS App Auteur · Designer/Developer of
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Frank Rausch Jun 22
Replying to @gabrowitsch
Add “UX” or “Design Thinking” and recruiters will stalk you.
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Eli Schiff 16 Mar 17
Replying to @eli_schiff
It better be. Those illustrations leave me at a loss for words.
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Martin Lexow Jun 20
Launch-Day! 🚀Mikrolern für gibt es ab heute für iPhone & iPad 🤓
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Carlos Maza Jun 20
Another example of Trump moving the Overton Window: Propose something heinous (detaining children in cages alone) to make something slightly less heinous (detaining entire families in cages) seem more acceptable.
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Morten Just Jun 20
Counting foreign currency in augmented reality. Made with on
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Chris Lattner Jun 20
Safety in PLs is undersold: yes it is about more correctness, more security, etc. That said, it is *also* about much better programmer productivity. Debugging UB problems in C, dangling pointers bugs, chasing invalidated iterators in C++, are not generally "joyful".
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Luke Wroblewski Jun 20
most app/web site skeleton screens are just splash screens. more…
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Eli Schiff May 21
Behold the Faceholder™ redesign! (Placeholder user avatar)
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Justin Williams Jun 19
Be wary of the person who tries to sell you on a language or framework that allows you to “write once and run everywhere” for they are selling you a lie. This tweet was relevant a decade ago and it will be in the next decade when this comes around again.
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Peter Steinberger Jun 19
“HDMI cables are more like USB or ethernet cables, however. There are different versions that look identical on the outside, but can grossly affect how much data you’re moving from point A to point B.”
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Frank Rausch Jun 18
Replying to @ch2500 @jenskutilek
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Frank Rausch Jun 18
Replying to @ch2500 @jenskutilek
Was GitUp among these 7?
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Ken Case Jun 18
Why is it that we've worked so hard to make the traditional upgrade software model work in the App Store? We want our apps to be investments that pay our customers dividends each month they're used, rather than being recurring expenses that cost our customers money each month.
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Frank Rausch Jun 18
Replying to @reichenstein @Spotify
A bug? Importing AV frameworks that are not required? Spotify does not seem to access either on High Sierra, at least according to OverSight.
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Tim Brown Jun 16
Hey , I just watched your TYPO Labs talk. Super frustrating! Thanks for sharing your experiences and good job calling Adobe out. We need to improve our typographic tooling. Working on it!
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Frank Rausch Jun 16
Replying to @guecklhorn
Immer noch nicht? Bei mir ist jetzt der 15.6. zu sehen. Normalerweise ist es immer mindestens einen Tag verzögert, weil die Statistiken erst am Ende des Tages zur Verfügung stehen. Zusätzlich wird die Abfrage 3 Stunden gecached.
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Mikko Hypponen Jun 15
Replying to @mikko
Picture of Adobe Reader preferences during the worst bloatware times. "3D Snap to Silhouette Edges (Orthocraphic camera)" wtf
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Mikko Hypponen Jun 15
Replying to @mikko
Initially, the price for the software for reading PDFs (Acrobat) was $50 and the price for the software for creating PDFs (Acrobat Distiller) was $695 for private use and $2,495 for corporate use.
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⚡️ Owen Jun 14
SIMPLE GUIDE TO GUESS HOW OLD THE PERSON YOU'RE EMAILING IS: 😀 young :) youngish :-) old J ancient
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Iván Jun 13
This is what person with low vision sees (2008: 45m people in the US alone) Supporting dynamic type in iOS is not a nice to have. It’s a must.
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