Be nice. Or else.
Using Hotjar for my soon to be launched app. Really love it so far. We're using the free plan right now, but upgrading seems totally worth it.
Nope, if I don't read the links within a week I remove them, because I'm probably not gonna read them anyway. There's just too many interesting stuff out there, and we kind of have this urgence to keep up with everything.
Short answer: I delete them afterwards.
I decided to only use Chtome bookmarks but keep 5 bookmarks at a time, I first read/adress them before I add new ones. It helps me a lot from cluttering them by bookmarking everything I encounter.
As far as I can remember there's not any community coming close to that of Designer News with the same amount of regularly updated content.
Also doing some research by googling "flat wallpaper" on Google, one of the first results popping up is that artwork from Firewatch, without any credits.
I guess the guy who designed it didn't know it came from the game and thought it was just a random free wallpaper he or she could use. (without trying to justify the plagiarism of course).
Literally the first result on Google for "flat wallpaper":
Exactly my thoughts to be honest.
Looks really nice, congrats with the launch! Kind of interesting because I'm working with a friend on a time tracker, and we're launching by the end of this month probably.
I'm interested to learn what your process was like to take the project from start to finish. Maybe we can share some thoughts? I'm @falkoj on Twitter.
See your also using React, how did you like it? :)
That's sad, she was a pretty big inspiration for me as well. Her work was truly outstanding, I'm sure it will continue to be a part of many people's everyday lives for many more decades to come :)
Be nice. Or else.
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