Matt Thomas

Matt Thomas

Head of Compliments @ Quisk Joined about 6 years ago

  • 7 stories
  • Posted to Craft CMS 3.0 Released & Commerce 2.0 Beta, in reply to Simon Laroche , Apr 09, 2018

    The craft team actually made a json api a little while ago. Could use some better docs, but allows for a nice amount of content.

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  • Posted to VSCO dropping support for syncing photos, Jul 25, 2016

    Time to get some backups saved

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  • Posted to Billy app has launched, keep track of your subscriptions on your iPhone, Mar 30, 2016

    Also loving Billy so far as well :D

    I did wish I could mark as either a personal or business subscription though. I know I could just get the calculator out, but I did think that would be handy.

    and maybe drag to rearrange... just sayin'

    ┌[ ◔ ͜ ʖ ◔ ]┐

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  • Posted to Sid Lee - Dashboard, Feb 11, 2015

    I would love to hear about some of the tech and/or processes that went into making this happen, love this stuff.

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  • Posted to Best time tracking apps for Freelancers, Jan 27, 2015

    So far I'm loving Dayswork from Friends of the Web.

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  • Posted to Yosemite San Francisco Font Replacement, in reply to Johnatan Matos , Nov 20, 2014

    Yeah, it's not perfect. Make sure you're using the Display variant and not the Text one. For whatever reason display is set better.

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  • Posted to CloudFlare adds free SSL for everyone, Sep 30, 2014

    More for the Hacker News crowd, but I thought this was pretty cool and will definitely be using it.

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  • Posted to Rdio 3.0 – Collection now becomes Favourites, Sep 04, 2014

    Another rethink of the mobile and web apps. I love that the rdio team always push to get the most out of new tech, but damn son the new home page performs terribly on the native mac app.

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  • Posted to FRAMED* — A Revolutionary Platform For Digital Art, in reply to Derryl Carter , Jul 22, 2014

    That's what I thought at first too, but they've both got their own target audience.

    E01 is more dedicated for static artwork and similar to conventional digital picture frames. It's designed for always-on use with high contrast, anti-glare coating, and super low power consumption. However, it's not really made for graphics intensive pieces (video, rendering).

    Framed is more like a TV with a mini computer in the back. Higher power consumption and a more standard IPS display and glass. But with more computing power for interactive and procedural pieces. It has motion detectors, gesture recognition, a camera, mic and speakers and a full HMTL5 browser, so there's more possibilities (a code-savvy designer's dream).

    P.S. I chose a Framed and back that one.

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  • Posted to What do UI Designers use for redlining?, Jul 11, 2014

    Sketch Measure is the best one out there so far.

    Still not quite as powerful as the PS equivalents (SpecKing, etc.) but it's still in development, and it wouldn't surprise me if the guys from Bohemian implement something like this later down the track.

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