Viktor Bijlenga

Viktor

Link Posts

Shawn Blanc: Links shared on Twitter are relatively fleeting. Isn’t the average lifespan of a Tweet something like 120 seconds? Thus, someone who checks Twitter once or twice a day probably has to scroll through myriad of tweets if they want to find your links of value. If, however, those links are being posted to […]

Love what you do

Steve Jobs: I’m convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did. You’ve got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only […]

When feedback gets personal

Ryan Graves: Unless I’m really not down with the people behind the company, or fundamentally believe the company is doing wrong in the world, I’ll focus on positive, productive feedback. I’ll seek to improve their service and make their world a better place, after all, that’s all I’m trying to do. Det här kan jag […]

Loren Brichter: Designs on the future of iOS apps

“It’s like an iceberg. No one is solving the fundamental problems underneath the surface correctly. I want to give that a crack.” Loren Brichter svarar på frågan om vad han vill göra i framtiden. Loren, som nu senast skapat appen Letterpress. Hans genombrott som designer/utvecklare var Tweetie, som senare blev till Twitter för iPhone. Jag […]

The Best

Everything I owned had been carefully designed by a person who cared deeply about the problem being solved. Läsvärda tankar om design av Dustin Curtis. Han sätter ord på något jag länge försökt koka ner till en text. Så istället för att skriva något liknande ger jag dig hans tankar: “The best” isn’t necessarily a […]

Do.

Dustin Curtis delar med sig av sitt recept för glädje och framgång. Wake up early. Show up. Learn how to think. Be genuine, but appear nice. Use envy for motivation instead of destruction. Do what you say you’re going to do. Ensure balance in every area of your life. Confront repressed thoughts immediately. Surround yourself […]

Anything

How you do anything is how you do everything. Your “character” or “nature” just refers to how you handle all the day-to-day things in life, no matter how small

Nej vs. Ja

No is easier to do. Yes is easier to say. Ibland är det enkelt.