Simple, right? Not really. What is awesome? How is it defined? It's like porn. You know it when you see it.
Das Silicon Valley und San Francisco zeigen täglich, wie wichtig es ist, den Anfängergeist zu bewahren und immer wieder neu einzusetzen. Man kann hier sehr schnell sehr viel Geld machen. Aber du pokerst auch höher als anderswo.
Life is for living, not working. The balance of time should be heavily weighted in favor of recreation. While you should have a job that you enjoy, if it’s not your absolute favorite activity, work should occupy less time than your recreation.
Whoever wrote this copy probably shouldn't write copy for Apple anymore. Finally, notice how there are no black iPhones featured on the entire page, they are all White. I wonder if there's a strategic reason for that, probably not.
Instead we've had most success hiring the individuals that would do everything in their power to be part of our team. On paper, these individuals probably won't be considered the best candidate, but in practice - due to their passion for our company, our team and our customers - they've exceeded all of our expectations.
The model of simplicity executed by Neurath and Arntz has mutated to become more about design than data, creating a glut of attractive imagery with little reliable or even compelling information.
It sounds more reasonable for us to sit down, try to force inspiration and get completely stressed out.
The company was so hot that O'Brien was reportedly approached by Twitter, which wanted to buy the company for ~$100 million. O'Brien turned down the money. Instead, he raised more funds from outside investors who agreed to a huge valuation: $370 million. This was Viddy's peak. Since then: disaster.
Throughout my career, I’ve watched immensely talented designers waste a shitload of time creating fully fleshed-out comps of what a website could look like.
schreibt man nicht mehr selbst, sondern formuliert automatisiert in einer Art Meinungskollektiv mit Fav- und Follow-Kreiswichsen Meinungen, die da irgendwie “reinpassen”.
Our mighty brains, wired to protect us from bad things, overreact. So yes–your fears are friendly voices that want make sure you play your cards right. Yes– they have good intentions. But oftentimes they’re just fooling us.