Only family can ask me questions like that. I’m a designer, not tech support. If you thought they were the same thing, you either should’t consider hiring me, or you should make me your company’s CEO.
Lots of money. So so so so much!
Nope. Seldom do. Sorry to disappoint you, but good design comes about through designing a lot, thinking, and refinement.
HSB. Love. I’m glad you didn’t ask about CMYK.
I actually prefer Illustrator. Learning Sketch more and more.
Marvel and Framer Studio.
Apparently this is a real thing. Maybe I do, maybe I don’t – but I am balding, so they may be weakening.
Ideas. Quick design. Adapting.
Competition. I always want to win. And details – the Pareto principle always gets me.
Finding design heroes is on my list of things to do.
Bungee-jumping off of Bloukrans Bridge, the highest commercial jump in the world.
Clear. WhatsApp. Paper by 53. Ulysses for writing. The Hit List.
Invisible and simple design. Get 1 thing right before you try another. I often ask what matters most, and try get that right first.
I’d rather not. I prefer Statamic. But I’d prefer to stay away from website-for-websites sake projects. I design products, apps and services.
No. I prefer making systems, not using them. I also like hand-coding everything myself. Sure, there are times when they work, but in general, I don’t want my stuff looking like everyone else’s and I don’t want to spend time customising, when it could’ve been built custom in the first place.
Yes. It used to be my thing. And then Steve Jobs ruined my life. I still miss it. Swift and Xcode is similar, but nothing will ever be like it. The ability to draw, animate, design and code in 1 app, with tiny file sizes was just the best.