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One of my favorite shots I got to take while on top of Crystal Mountain in Seattle, WA. It was hard to stop staring.
Taken with my iPhone 5.
I’m frequently asked by people in the industry what type of hardware and software I use in my workflow. I also love telling other people about awesome software that helps me do my job better, so I made a list:
If you think there is an awesome peace of hardware or software I should add to my life, please share it with me in the comments below.
It’s time to sell my magical iPad 3. To help sell it, I’ve designed and developed a sell page that has details, pricing and a nice photo gallery.
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Was teaching my brother how to use his brand new head torch in DayZ and he said he almost pooped his pants when he finally turned it on.
13-inch Macbook Air
It’s time to sell my beautiful 13-inch Macbook Air. To help sell it, I’ve designed and developed a sell page that has details, pricing and a nice photo gallery.
Beautiful & simple real-time analytics for your websites.
A beautiful and simple to-do list that I use for both business and pleasure.
Beautiful dark and light custom UI themes for Sublime Text 2.
The best Latin text generator for OS X. Incredibly quick and lightweight.
Beautiful font designed to be used freely across the internet by web browsers on desktop computers, laptops and mobile devices.
Pow is a zero-config Rack server for Mac OS X. Have it serving your apps locally in under a minute.
A beautiful, gesture based to-do app for your iPhone & Mac that syncs using iCloud.
Afterglow is the perfect image editing app for quick and straight forward editing for your iPhone.
The design process: Too much, too little, too much, too little, too much, too little, too much, too little, just right.
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The default Terminal prompt is kind of bad—it tells me very little and doesn’t look super fly.
[10/19/2014] Updated the link because Mark posted an even more improved terminal hotness.
Simple and beautiful way to browse the top posts of reddit.
An awesome web tool for viewing how your website renders on different devices.