Words and Pixels, Not Always in That Order. Est. 1972.
The quantity and quality of your output increases when you get better at being able to stay focused for longer, intentional periods.
A redesign is not cosmetic: it’s a culture revolution from within. It resets and rebuilds. It’s a rallying cry. It galvanizes.
A good user experience is only as good as the action it enables. Designing a system that makes it easy to do bad things is bad.