Yesterday, I had the opportunity to spend a pretty amazing afternoon shooting with the dashing ladies of Phin & Phebes! You seriously GOTTA check out their Vietnamese Iced Coffee ice cream, and my personal favourite Vanilla Cinnamon…
Check out my sneak peek above, which is honestly, the first animated gif i’ve ever made! (yes, i am a wee bit proud of myself)… and if you need more proof how this amazing ice cream can soothe the savage brownbear, check out THIS!
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Issue #1 of my newsletter went out last week. You can read it here.
My goal is to offer stories, advice, tips and tools based on my experience building digital products for start-ups and technology companies. The next newsletter will go out this Wednesday and next week’s newsletter will be totally dedicated to ideas.
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Over the past few years I’ve used Tumblr as a platform to share some of the awesome things I find that are in my personal toolbox or other tools that I use for prototyping, wire framing or UX in general. It’s been a great experience sharing these resources with people I know and a lot of people don’t know. I’ve also spent a lot of time this year on my blog: http://jesseddy.com/blog where I talk a lot about ideas, user testing and sometimes about redesigning LinkedIn’s header bar.
I get a lot of emails from people just getting into UX who have tons of questions about what to do and how to do it. Because I love to help and I think that a big part of this field and practice is education, I spend a lot of time replying to people who contact me. This to me is a signal that it’s time to do something bigger and keep in touch with an audience that not only needs this information but wants it.
For these reasons I started a newsletter. In this newsletter I will share subscriber only content and share tools for UX and prototyping among other things. Sign-up today! http://jesseddy.com/#newsletter
Two ultra thin displays are mounted on an elegant arm that can be easily rotated from horizontal to vertical position, with software automatically adjusting screen orientation. Display heads can be separately rotated for horizontal or vertical orientation, allowing for multiple display configurations.