On The Interconnected, I wrote about how we keep and create balance in our lives. It’s a little corny, but also an important message for a year that’s brought chaos to so many.
2016’s been a hell of a year. Here’s A Little Levity on The Interconnected that looks at some of the weirder bits of the year.
In Documenting the Core, I wrote about the core values that are used for design, and the methodology, principles, and design decisions, and why I’ll be writing more about them in the future.
Another post on The Interconnected, this time about how sometimes we get in our own way. We tend to assume it’s easier to use the tools we have than learn to new tools — which is fair most of the time, but sometimes it’s dead wrong.
I am honored to be the author of the first post on a new website, The Interconnected. Styled a bit after The Pastry Box and a bit after goals of our own, Dylan Wilbanks, Elaine Nelson, and I built The Interconnected to be a place to discuss how we connect to each other and how, as connected people, we tie into the web. You can read more about our goals.
My first post, Cuckoos and Connections, discusses the expectations that we set for each other — and the way that every one of us, in some way, breaks someone else’s expectations.