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More context to understand money more accurately.
A little extra friction in a conversation can unlock a lot more confidence.
The story’s always being written.
What’s really special about in-person conferences.
Is manual work worth doing? Skip it or face head on?
Get more of what you want.
Noticing the feelings before putting something new into the world.
What I rely on AI for—and what I don’t.
Don’t be afraid of free work, but do make sure there’s something in it for you.
There are only two right answers for the price of a project.
How to help without doing the work.
How to take charge of any meeting.
Let them finish.
The job of a consultant.
The simple process I use on every project.
A sneak peek at a new company’s roadmap.
The 80/20 rule in practice.
Dive in or steer clear?
Maximizing the value to ask ratio.
Being intentional about learning.
Could you do it?
Consulting my version of a magic 8-ball.
Preparing for a new journey.
Doing better presentations.
Encoding the day for better closure.
Examples for personal and business relationships.
Being more inclusive about defining design systems.
A special guest issue from Tom Geoco.
Lessons about design systems from moral philosophy.
Finding refined frames in film.
Save days of work with one small change.
Surrounding myself with source material.
I appreciate your time and attention!
You gotta dig to find them.
I shut down SuperFriendly, the agency I’ve run for 10 years.
Three easy steps.
They’re much more than spicy variables.
Stop wasting time trying to avoid debt.
With design systems, less can be much more.
A small design system.
Component are the least important part. How they’re connected to each other is the key.
Four phases of how I’ve run SuperFriendly… and the new phase 5.
Teachers gon teach. A sneak peek of my new website
Do more of what you love… but what do you love?