If you’re building a product, you have to be great at saying No. Not ‘maybe’ or ‘later’. The only word is No. Building a great product isn’t about creating tonnes of tactically useful features which are tangentially related. It’s about delivering a cohesive product with well defined parameters.
That is probably the best question. I love design. I love ‘Game of Thrones’. The story and the characters of the show fuel the outlet. The outlet being this website. I also believe it is important to step outside of your creative comfort zone and develop some new “chops”. These are some new chops for me, and using the subject matter of such an enthralling and vast show furthers those chops. ‘Game of Thrones’ is a serious milestone in TV history. This has truly been one of my favorite projects and in turn, I hope you enjoy.
You know that feeling when you’ve been working a long time on something and you get burned out. You don’t have the energy to keep going, and you need a break. Some say that as long as you work normal hours, and not push yourself you’ll be fine.
A dynamic grid layout that let’s you choose how many rows and columns of items are shown. Partly based on the visualization of Google Trends, except that you can add transitions.
“Our discontent is the basis for wanting to improve the things we observe. Next time someone says designers are unhappy people, explain that you’d be happier if the world didn’t need so much improving.” — Courtesy Cat S.