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Thierry Meier

Thierry Meier

Product Designer Joined about 6 years ago via an invitation from Tiago D.

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  • Posted to How do you keep track of user feedback?, Nov 29, 2018

    https://dovetailapp.com/ <3

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  • Posted to I'd love to hear you stories about moving abroad as a designer., Nov 24, 2018

    If you're looking for a job in New Zealand, hit me up :) I moved from Switzerland to Christchurch a bit less than three months ago on a work visa as a UX designer. The company is still looking for (and is in desperate need of) more talent.

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  • Posted to Dribbble Exchange (Jun 2015), Jun 29, 2015

    Being a shameless plug.

    https://dribbble.com/thierrymeier

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  • Posted to Suggestion: Dribbble Following Search Filter, Jun 10, 2015

    I follow people on Dribbble because I admire their problem-solving skills and style. I trust those people to some degree and want to be influenced by them.

    However, when I search something on Dribbble today, I either get the most popular shots or the latest. I think this is the worst out of both worlds. I don't need the most popular thing. I also don't need the latest thing. I need a good, solid, bullet-proof thing.

    This is why I would find it great if I could search shots only of the people I am following. High quality search results would be almost guaranteed.

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  • Posted to 7 Things Craftsmen Can Learn From The Worlds Best Sushi Chef, Mar 04, 2015

    When I watched "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" for the first time I was amazed by how many little gems I could find in such a short amount of time. Also, it is incredible how much it lines up with what todays top tech people preach.

    So I rewatched the film and figured why not publish a blog post about the major take-aways for other craftsmen to enjoy.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Do you use plain text files to manage your to-do lists?, May 04, 2014

    I switched back to old-school written lists. If I write things down, I feel more responsible for them, since the tasks exist physically and not just in some productivity tool of choice.

    In addition to that, it is also pretty easy to over-complicate things with digital productivity tools. Pen and paper is flexible and quick.

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