UX and Dogfooding

I woke up this morning thinking “I need to focus the task text box when opening the new task screen”. It’s minor, it’s not significant, and I’m not sure it would annoy many users if that feature wasn’t there. The reason why it matters though is that part of Getting Things Done® (GTD®) is called a… Continue reading UX and Dogfooding

Project: Outside Tasks

When I was an undergrad at Trent University I used Google Tasks to organize my to dos including my assignments, quizzes, and exams. Since then, I read Getting Things Done (non-referral) by David Allen which I really liked and I started following the philosophy in organizing my to dos. I also followed the official Evernote for Mac Setup… Continue reading Project: Outside Tasks

Project: Catan

I first saw Settlers of Catan during a games night inDecember 2014. My lab mate who explained the game to me told me to create an account on PlayCatan because he and my other lab mate play it there during lunch. Whenever I was in the lab during lunch I would join them for a game. About a year later, PlayCatan which… Continue reading Project: Catan

Project: Blog

I was scrolling through my list of podcasts to find something interesting to listen to on my walk to university when I found SE Radio Episode 245: John Sonmez on Marketing Yourself and Managing Your Career which seemed particularly applicable to me considering I am finishing my Master’s soon and could use some advice on the subject. In it John Sonmez,… Continue reading Project: Blog