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Ramiro Ruiz Ramiro Ruiz
Who proposes to a 5yr old big product to build a Design System, refactor the markup and styles, make it responsive for the first time and setup the tool for the component library by the end of November, while being the only designer of the 3 running projects for that …

Just pushed the last docs. The first release is ready 🎉 with one day to spare I’ll be laying if I don’t say I feel super proud and happy of this project.

It already made my life easier while designing the new products.

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Jonathan Shariat Jonathan Shariat
Something I've been mulling over recently, would love to discuss. Design is slowly learning lessons that engineering teams have already solved. Why don't we embrace them more? Versioning✅, components✅, documentation🤷‍♂️, ticketing🚫, agile planning🚫, architecture reviews🚫etc

Because we are wild creative creatures that need complete freedom to wait until inspiration comes 🙄

Even designing in chunks (components) instead of the whole screen is avoided. 🤦🏻‍♂️

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Ramiro Ruiz Ramiro Ruiz
So now nature is the only inspiration source. Like “I don’t know how to do this, I need to stare at some trees to get the answer” (https://ramiroruiz.com/notes/2019/11/05/17-48-00)

I do like to go for walks to clear my mind but let’s not abuse and give the idea that nothing else influence our work. Let’s give credit to those who deserve it.

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Aaron Parecki Aaron Parecki
welp, the rumors were true, Google did in fact buy FitBit: https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/1/20943318/google-fitbit-acquisition-fitness-tracker-announcement I *want* to switch to an Apple watch, but I can't until it has built-in automatic sleep tracking like the FitBit does!

I’ve been using Sleep++ for automatic sleep tracking and is pretty amazing.

https://apps.apple.com/mx/app/sleep/id1038440371

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Naz Hamid Naz Hamid
I've reached the point in this last year of working on my personal site in fits and spurts, where I think I've over-designed and over-engineered it into an overly robust system versus making the content that should live on it. What started out as very simple became complex.

Never ending story for me. It took me forever to publish personal stuff, till recently, I just started to ship bit by bit and accepted that my site will always be a WIP.

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