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.
Reinvention and never-ending improvement are critical to the success of digital product companies and startups.
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A year-and-a-half’s worth of thinking (and plenty of stammering through my explanation of why I left behind a more comprehensible design career) has landed me on this working definition of what it means to be a product designer. Here goes…