Digital or physical!
Used to use Espresso. Sublime all the way now I've been shown the power of it's plugins and themes.
RightFont looks pretty awesome
Strongly recommend Atom over Espresso. Free, more regularly updated, better plugins, more powerful, etc.
- Google Photos
The time these two have saved me alone makes them tremendously valuable. But they're both delightful to use.
+1 Google Photos and Slack are pretty great.
- Credit Karma
1Password +1 CityMapper +1 !
I'll post physical since no one else has!
Chinese fitness and heart-rate tracker. It's pretty stylish, has a great app and the sleep tracking is second to done. Best thing: it's only $20.
Fell in love with this more than I expected. The animations are adorable and the interface is super cool. It saves me heaps of time (lame pun).
I use this almost every day. It's spill-proof, grippy and has a contactless payment chip in the top that I've never used. It looks awesome and keeps my coffee warm on the way to work.
Best bag I've ever owned. Inside is a giant, sack-like compartment that you can split into two, as well as a back-mounted laptop case, pockets and two (!!) drink bottle holders. Awesome for both travel and work - plus comes with a lifetime warranty.
Bonus: Mi Bluetooth Speaker
Picked this up on a whim for $40. It sounds incredible for the price and has a stunning metal unibody enclosure. And it has stereo speakers, which is pretty much unheard of at this price point.
Love the physical products, there's a lot we can learn from both worlds.
+1 on the Pebble Time. I bought one to try it out (to mostly replace my fitness tracking Garmin watch, a piece of utter crap). I thought I would be taking it back in a week. I was so wrong. I can't live without that little thing, now. It's perfect for my needs.
Plus, now I can change the song I'm listening to while I'm in the shower. Gamechanger.
Marvel App Hype 3 Sketch!
Boom 2 by Global Delight. Really upped the audio quality for all the extended work/music listening sessions.
- Webstorm/Pycharm (finally using a real IDE)
- Alien Blue (iOS reddit client)
- Tower (git GUI)
- Heroku (for my app hosting)
- Firebase (for frontend only products)
- Another vote for Google Photos
- Saying Twitter is probably cheating, but Twitter
- Always Instapaper
Keep from google Slack Invision Fit from Google
Citymapper, tripomatic & Invision
Trello, Pocket, Pocket Casts, Google Photos, Google Play Music, Ulysses, Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo, Sketch, Last Pass, Audible, Wunderlist, Google Inbox, Product Hunt, Anki Flashcards, Evernote, Zeplin, Invision and Uber.
Moleskine ruled Pocket notebook, 1tb WD elements hard drive, Nike Janoski shoes, Bose headphones, Tommy Hilfiger wallet, Kindle Paperwhite and a Jetstream Black Pen.
Digital -Hearthstone, Slack, Marvel
Physical -Teenage Engineering OP-1, Filco Manila Keyboard, Cote&Ciel Isar Rucksack
How do you like MindNode vs. just whiteboarding things?
Do you use it for biking or running? I used it for biking and it's pretty nice but hard to keep up without a dedicated device to run it on.
Hey! I use it for running - I find it pretty to easy to use on its own. Friends of mine use it for biking though.
Vim - forced myself to learn the commands and have completely eliminated my RSI.
Slack, Atom, Sketch, Parallel, Invision, Sunrise (RIP), Google Photos, CopyClip.
Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator CC 2015 Adobe Muse Todoist Invision Flipboard
Overcast The best podcast player app