As I mentioned earlier, a palette built for a Material wearable apps derives directly from an original Material 500 color chosen as the app primary color and contains five of its shades — the primary color is not consistently used as part of the palette itself. Each shade is named after the UI region that’s designed to fill: color is then even more informativ…
These main components can then be broken down into three principles of ontology, taxonomy, and choreography. Ontology is the specific meaning of the product’s elements. Taxonomy is the arrangement of its parts. Choreography is the interaction among is parts.
…he news lately. And let’s not get too far behind on “Mr. Robot” since it’s so critically acclaimed. For lighter fare, and if you have time, you can always try “Last Week Tonight” — John Oliver always says exactly what you’re thinking in your head — just funnier than you would have said it.
…nnot easily transition into jobs of the top-right quadrant (non-routine/complex tasks). For example, a bank teller whose job is replaced by an ATM machine today is unlikely to become a rare diseases specialist tomorrow. As a result, since retraining — and the Luddite Fallacy — is predicated on other jobs becoming available in the same quadrant, it cannot be the long-term solution to the inevitable technological unemployment that will come from AI and automation.
2. “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” -Steve Jobs, founder of Apple