Frontend Dev | Designer | Mad Scientist
… Single Level of Abstraction Principle, low coupling, etc. And I’ve become a “Senior Dev” as well. (I actually hate the term “Senior Dev” and refer to myself only as a “software engineer” but that’s a story for another time.)
What I am saying, and what I have always said, is that design can be anything we want it to be. We should strive to make fun and memorable experiences that are appropriate to the context, but not…
…it, something else got squashed. I fixed that, then something else got pushed right off the screen. What in the George W Bush was going on?
And sometimes it only takes one shock to trigger a long, hard-fought battle with depression.
Defend against the impossible, because the impossible will happen.
As developers, we are often one of the last lines of defense against potentially dangerous and unethical practices.
We shouldn’t rely on computers to do all the thinking for us, we should rely on our eyes and our instincts. Designers hone their instincts with every working day, so we should trust them, even when a compute…