Be nice. Or else.
Principal at Thought Merchants Joined about 4 years ago
I love this iMac Pro. Fantastic form-factor and performance for those that work with large-scale image manipulation.
Any actual web professional should be using a CSS reset file. These sorts of changes from chrome have no impact on my workflow.
I use Billings app https://www.marketcircle.com/billingspro/. It works great for tracking time, creating pretty invoices, and alerting you when invoices are due.
Apple design guidelines frown upon trying to hide the notch: https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/fall2017/801/
If you are in NYC near Madison Square Park, there is the Shake Shack line that takes 40 minutes to and hour to get food. Everyone is standing there with nothing to do so I rock up with a phone or tablet and do user testing right there. If someone is super helpful buy them food!
The other is going to retail stores on Monday and Tuesday mornings when nobody is shopping. Be nice, offer to buy coffee and see if you can get them to do some impromptu user testing. They love not being bored and you get valuable data.
I live in LA now so I won't tell you my testing secrets here....yet :)
I think the notch does look really bad right now. The iOS UI has not come around to making it look good....it will improve in time.
People need to realize screens will not always be rectangular. This is the start.
Just trying to start a discussion.
Thumbs up for Middleman app. My site Thought Merchants runs on it. It provides for so much more flexibility and customization over Jekyll and you can still host it for free on GitHub Pages.
The downside is you need to know how to code a decent amount to extract that value.
Be nice. Or else.
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