[ 2018 ]

  • Own Your Day, Own Your Life

    Post inspired by Own the Day, Own Your Life by Aubrey Marcus Note - I have not finished Own the Day, Own Your Life yet, these are preliminary thoughts. I have 125 pages left of Aubrey Marcus’ book Own the Day, Own Your Life and I’ve come to a thought...Read more

  • Run an Empire App

    Today’s post is a small break from my regular-like posts. I’m a big fan of running, and I’m a big fan of discipline and tools that help people reach their goals. Over a year ago (maybe even two?), I came across Run an Empire to help combine those two passions...Read more

  • Accountability MVP Part 3

    Okay so I’ve become a bit wrapped up in the Accountability Calendar - and by wrapped up I mean working on it because it is fun. Some new features: Streaks: See what the longest streak for each month was. Overall totals: see how many days out of the month I...Read more

  • Accountability MVP Part 2

    Three days ago, I talked about a simple, public calendar to update on my goal progress. Here is the current version of the calendar. Now, the progress may not look like much, but I’ve simplified it much much more coding-wise and made it more extensible. Basically what was changed is...Read more

  • Are you really fasting?

    Post inspired by The Longevity Diet by Dr. Valter Longo Intermittent fasting, in my humble opinion, is a bit of a buzz word right now. Definitely growing in popularity, people are trying it out and supposedly seeing some of the benefits from it. A couple weeks ago, a friend of...Read more

  • An Upgraded Morning Routine

    Post inspired by Own the Day, Own Your Life by Aubrey Marcus Way back in January I talked about my morning routine and how it works for me. For the past couple months, I’ve stuck with it probably 95% of the time with the 5% missing coming from when visitors...Read more

  • A Simple Accountability Idea/MVP

    A while back I wrote about how I use IFTTT and Zapier to do some basic accountability tracking. By using a Google Calendar and the two mentioned services, every time I completed a task that I set up as one I wanted to track, it would post to my calendar....Read more

  • Why You Should Make Useless Things [Video]

    A reminder that not everything has to be perfect, sometimes asking the right questions is better. Read more

  • Create Meaningful Relationships

    Post inspired by The Power of Moments by Chip Heath & Dan Heath “Relationships don’t deepen naturally. In the absence of action, they will stall.” (246) Think about some of the relationships you have right now. Whether it is coworkers, friends, family, or acquaintances, how would you rate those relationships?...Read more

  • How have you failed today?

    Post inspired by The Power of Moments by Chip Heath & Dan Heath “What did you guys fail at this week?” (130) What a powerful question. What have you failed at this week? The founder of Spanxx, Sara Blakely, was asked this question at the dinner table every night from...Read more

  • Don't Cater to Your Negative Users

    Post inspired by The Power of Moments by Chip Heath & Dan Heath “Research has shown, again and again, that we tend to obsess about problems and negative information…Negative feedback packs a heavier punch than positive; we obsess about 1 negative comment in a collection of 10 supportive ones.” (60)...Read more

  • 12 Rules for Life - A Must Read

    If you asked me to recommend you a book to read right now, I would recommend you 2 books. The first one is Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink. The second one is 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. These two books are battling it...Read more

  • Create, Not Consume

    Close out of Reddit. Close out of Facebook. Close out of Twitter. 10 minutes later, back on Reddit, back on Facebook, back on Twitter. Ever have one of those days? The days where you are consuming information, refreshing the same websites hoping for something new? The days where you scroll...Read more

  • End of April Reflection

    April is over, May is here. Time to check in on those goals. Goal: By Memorial Day 2018, I want to have 100 new posts on a website about something I have learned. If you want to learn more about this goal, check out End of January Reflection. Metrics: In...Read more

  • Stop Wasting Time and Start Today

    Post inspired by 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. “Start to stop doing what you know to be wrong. Start stopping today. Don’t waste time questioning how you know that what you’re doing is wrong, if you are certain that it is.” (158) Rule...Read more

  • A Walk Out of the Woods

    Post inspired by Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail by Bill Bryson. “A terribly misguided and terribly funny tale of adventure…choke on your coffee funny.” - Washington Post Okay this may be a bit against the norm here, but, reading that quote above talking about Walk...Read more

  • Better Than You Were Yesterday

    Post inspired by 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. “You are discovering who you are, and what you want, and what you are willing to do. You are finding that the solutions to your particular problems have to be tailored to you, personally and...Read more

  • Who Are Your Friends

    Post inspired by 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. “If you surround yourself with people who support your upward aim, they will not tolerate your cynicism and destructiveness. They will instead encourage you when you do good for yourself and others and punish you...Read more

  • Your Pet is Healthier Than You

    Post inspired by 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. “We deserve some respect. You deserve some respect. You are important to other people, as much as to yourself. You are, therefore, morally obliged to take care of yourself.” (62) The second Rule of Life...Read more

  • At the Very Least, Stand Up Straight and Don't Be a Lobster

    Post inspired by 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. “To stand up straight with your shoulders back is to accept the terrible responsibility of life, with eyes wide open. It means deciding to voluntarily transform the chaos of potential into the realities of habitable...Read more

  • Price's Law

    Post inspired by 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson. To those who have everything, more will be given; from those who have nothing, everything will be taken. -Matthew 25:29 You have heard of this Price’s Law before without realizing there was a name to...Read more

  • Deskbound - Google Talk [Video]

    Don’t want to buy the book? I would still recommend it, but if not, check out this talk from Kelly Starrett brought to you by “Talks at Google.” Read more

  • Or Are You a Rebel?

    Post inspired by The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin. “For Rebels, the ability to choose is so important that sometimes they make a choice–even when it’s against their own self-interest or it’s not what they prefer–just to reassure themselves that they can make that choice. (156) In the last of...Read more

  • Maybe You're an Obliger?

    Post inspired by The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin. “The Obliger is the rock of the world. At work, at home, and in life, not only are Obligers the bigger groups, they’re the ones whom people count on the most.” (103) In today’s topic under The Four Tendencies, ask yourself...Read more

  • Or Are You an Questioner?

    Post inspired by The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin. “Questioners show a deep commitment to information, logic, and efficiency. They want to gather their own facts, decide for themselves, and act with good reason; they object to anything they consider arbitrary, ill-reasoned, ill-informed, or ineffective.” (61) In today’s topic under...Read more

  • Are You an Upholder?

    Post inspired by The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin. “Upholders are those people who readily respond to outer and inner expectations alike. They meet the work deadline, and they keep the New Year’s resolution, without much fuss.” (27) Hopefully by now you’ve take Gretchen Rubin’s quiz to find out which...Read more

  • Python Learning Guide

    Are you a beginner looking to start programming? Are you past the beginner stage and looking to improve your Python skills? I’ve put together a list of resources that I think can be useful to everyone to help them improve their coding abilities. Note - I am currently going through...Read more

  • Identify Your Tendency

    Post inspired by The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin. Over the next couple posts, I will be talking about the Four Tendencies describe in Gretchen Rubin’s The Four Tendencies. However, before I go into them, I want to give you the resources available to figure out your own tendency. The...Read more

  • Want to learn how to code? Start here

    If you’ve been following along on a little series I’ve had here on the blog, you will know that recently I’ve been looking into ways to improve my coding skills. It started off with Things I wish I Knew (Coding Edition), followed by Things I Wish I Knew - Progress,...Read more

  • End of March Reflection

    March has come and gone, time to reflect on any progress of my goals! Goal: By Memorial Day 2018, I want to have 100 new posts on a website about something I have learned. If you want to learn more about this goal, check out End of January Reflection. Metrics:...Read more

  • Design with Empathy

    Post inspired from: Design It! From Programmer to Software Architect by Michael Keeling. Have you ever used an app or a website or a product and think to yourself “this is terrible, did they even talk to the users beforehand?” That is an example of a team developing far away...Read more

  • Fundamentals of Design Thinking

    Post inspired from: Design It! From Programmer to Software Architect by Michael Keeling. Human Rule We design for people & with people. When designing, we must think about the stakeholders, the end users, the programmers, the testers, and the managers. Architects do not operate in a silo with no input...Read more

  • Life in Terms of Priorities and Trades

    Recently for me, I’ve seen a post shared around on social media sites that prescribes a different way of thinking about your tasks. Instead of saying “I don’t have time” try saying “it’s not a priority” and see how it feels. Last night I was hit with this decision: stay...Read more

  • A React Meetup Recap

    This past Monday I had the great opportunity to attend a “Intro to React” Meetup. At this Meetup we discussed some of starting blocks to get you going with React - I wanted to share some of the notes I took and recap a bit of what was discussed. Single...Read more

  • Responsibilities of a Software Architect

    Post inspired from: Design It! From Programmer to Software Architect by Michael Keeling. While reading this new book, my posts may become more programming based. I will try and throw in some other more personal-growth posts in along with it, but today’s posts is from the verrrryyy first chapter of...Read more

  • 45 Minutes Every Morning

    Post inspired from: The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau. Every morning, set aside forty-tive minutes without internet access. Devote this time exclusively to activities that improve your business -not hing that merely maintains the business. Think forward motion…What can you do to keep things moving ahead? At the beginning of...Read more

  • Coding Mnemonically

    Mnemonic: a device such as a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations that assists in remembering something. While following my Python for Everybody course, I learned about mnemonic variable names, what that means, and how it can enhance programming. If you have been programming for a while now, you were...Read more

  • Derek Sivers' "Hell Yeah" Test

    Post inspired from: The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau. “If you’re not saying “HELL YEAH!” about something, say “no”.” -Derek Sivers I wish I could heed my own advice! OFten times, we as humans have too many things on our plates. Projects, events, and activities crowd up our schedule until...Read more

  • A New Coding Course

    A big lesson I have been working on learning over the past couple years is, when a problem occurs, take action as soon as possible. This action can be creating a plan, writing down your goals, watching YouTube videos, or creating a Google Doc with action items, but at the...Read more

  • Before You Overdeliver

    Post inspired from: The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau. “The easiest and most critical way to reinforce their decision is by giving them quick access to what they paid for. But to go further, you’ll want to overdeliver: give them more than what they expected.” (105) This morning’s quote from...Read more

  • Would You Follow Yourself? [Video]

    From a random Tweet I came across this video - short, sweet, highly recommend it. (Note, I’ve never heard of this podcast before, maybe it’s work checking out). Read more

  • Things I Wish I Knew - Progress

    From my post yesterday, Things I Wish I Knew (Coding), I spent the night thinking about ways to implement these greviences. I will share that I have actually been struggling with this problem for a while now. A year ago I started the course “An Introduction to Interactive Programming in...Read more

  • Teach a Man to Fish is Bad for Business

    Post inspired from: The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau. “This might be a good idea for hungry fisherman, but it’s a terrible idea in business. Most customer’s don’t want to learn how to fish.” (32) When determining your next app or product you want to launch, take some time to...Read more

  • Things I Wish I Knew (Coding Edition)

    My list of “things I need to learn” in the world of programming is growing every day. Most recently, while working on a side project, I have fallen into the hole of poor application architecture and design. Why did this happen? Well, part of the reason why is because I...Read more

  • Sharing Ideas Part 3

    Be sure to check out my previous posts to see other ideas that I’ve had over the past couple of years of a Twitter bot and an Alexa skill. One thing I have been getting into recently has been accountability. I talk about it a bit in my post about...Read more

  • Until Next Time Perennial Seller

    Unfortunately, after 2 renews and 6 weeks, I was unable to finish Ryan Holiday’s Perennial Seller. One could make excuses on a multitude of reasons, but the excuse coming from me today is that books arrived earlier than expected at the library and my queue was long. Have no fear...Read more

  • Sell It For Free

    Post inspired from: Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday. “The problem for most artists isn’t piracy, it’s obscurity” - Tim O’Reilly (128) The rise of the freemium model in products can be shown very clearly on a graph. Over the past couple of years we have seen the tiered system of...Read more

  • Make Your Bed

    Hopefully by now you have had a chance to check out the previous blog post of the Make Your Bed Youtube video. If not, I would highly recommend it. What about the book though? The book is a written version of that speech that goes into a bit more detail...Read more

  • Make Your Bed [Video]

    This past weekend I had the opportunity to read Make Your Bed by William H. McRaven. Another post will talk about that, but I wanted to share the commencement speech which triggered the book. 20 minutes. It’s worth it. Read more

  • Rich Roll & Alex Honnold [Video]

    Incase you didn’t know, Rich Roll holds the top spot in my list of favorite podcasters. This past week he sat down with someone who I’ve been hearing much more about since starting new job out in Boulder, Colorado. Alex Honnold will go down in history as one of the...Read more

  • Idea + Work

    Post inspired from: Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday. “I don’t want to hear your idea. The idea is the easy part” - Casey Neistat (21) “The best way to increase a startup’s growth rate is to make the product so good people recommend it to your friends.” - Paul Graham...Read more

  • Making Better Decisions

    Post inspired from: Smarter Faster Better. The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. “But when we teach people a process for reframing choices, when we give them a series of steps that causes a decision to seem a little bit different than before, it helps...Read more

  • What Does It Take

    Before embarking on your next idea or project or training, sit back and ask yourself - “what’s the purpose of this?” Before you write that first line of code or take that first step, make sure that purpose is outlined clearly in your mind because times will get tough. Then...Read more

  • Mental Reset Day

    How does your todo list look today? Is your list growing longer and longer with no end in sight? Do you feel like you are adding to the list faster than crossing items off? Today my good friend Joe sent me a great article posted by The Art of Manliness...Read more

  • Diet Confusion

    Keto? Paleo? Whole 30? Vegan? Vegetarian? Meat only? The diet craze hasn’t slowed and may have even become more confusing. Rich Roll and guest Joel Kahn discuss some of these diets and what believe (with science backing) to be the optimal diet. Check it out: Read more

  • Accountability Tracking

    Curious about how to automate some of your accountability? This month for my tracking, I implemented a version 1 plan to automate my tracking by using two services: IFTTT and Zapier. IFTTT is “If this then that” and Zapier is a very similar service more focused on the business aspect...Read more

  • Add Disruption

    Post inspired from: Smarter Faster Better. The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. “When strong ideas take root, they can sometimes crowd out competitors so thoroughly that alternatives can’t prosper. Sometimes the best way to spark creativity is by disturbing things just enough to let...Read more

  • Building Team Culture

    Post inspired from: Smarter Faster Better. The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. “But if you’re an entrepreneur and you’re betting on just one company, then the data says you’re much better off with a commitment-focused culture” - James Barron (150) When talking about jobs...Read more

  • Have to Stretch and Be SMART

    Post inspired from: Smarter Faster Better. The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. “To-do lists are great if you use them correctly, but when people say things like ‘I sometimes write down easy items I can cross off right away, because it makes me feel...Read more

  • End of February Reflection

    February has come to a close! A short month, but still time to reflect on progress. Goal: By Memorial Day 2018, I want to have 100 new posts on a website about something I have learned. If you want to learn more about this goal, check out End of January...Read more

  • Anticipate

    Post inspired from: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. “If you’re not humble, life will visit humbleness upon you” - Mike Tyson Fear setting. Premortems. Both of these are tools to help one anticipate and act correctly. These tools help one evision what could go wrong, all the...Read more

  • Do. Your. Job.

    Post inspired from: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. “Everything we do matters…Everything is a chance to do and be your best. Only self-absorbed assholes think they are too good for whatever their current station requires.” (94) What a powerful quote. Our lives are filled with ups and...Read more

  • Always Be Moving

    Post inspired from: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. “So when you’re frustrated in pursuit of your own goals, don’t sit there and complain that you don’t have what you want. If you haven’t even tried yet, then of course you will still be in the exact same...Read more

  • Altering Your Perception

    Post inspired from: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. Yesterday I talked a bit about ways to change your perception: being object, controlling your emotions, etc. Today I wanted to dive a little deeper into it after reading more. When we have a friend or coworker tht has...Read more

  • Steps for Changing our Perception

    Post inspired from: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. “Nothing makes us feel this way, we choose to give in to such feelings” How many of our obstacles, our problems, and our challenges today are based solely on our perception? In the new book on my reading list,...Read more

  • Mind Hacking

    Mind Hacking: How to Change Your Mind for Good in 21 Days by Sir John Hargrave. I don’t recall where I `heard about this book - maybe it was on a recommended list, maybe someone mentioned it in a podcast, maybe a Tweet - but in any regards, this book...Read more

  • Mind Repetition

    Post inspired from: Mind Hacking by Sir John Hargrave. Lather. Rinse. Repeat. When working on personal-growth, getting better, and working towards out goals, repetition is key. It takes discipline and doing that task every day to form it into a habit which while hopefully lead to success. Sir John Hargrave...Read more

  • Running Motivation [Video]

    I can’t tell you how many times, when I was training for a race, I didn’t want to do the training plan. Long, long runs on the weekends that seemed to take up the whole day. Day in and day out of lacing the shoes. But, in order to complete...Read more

  • Ego vs Honest Ted Talk

    Only fitting after finishing up Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday, I come across a Youtube video by one of my favorite professional athletes Adrian Ballinger titled Ego vs. Honesty: My Everest Story. Read more

  • Disease of Me

    Post inspired from: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday. “Play for the name on the front of the jersey and they’ll remember the name on the back” - Tony Adams Ponder on that quote a little - it’s pretty profound when you think about it. Many of us are...Read more

  • The Story In Your Head

    Post inspired from: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday. Do you think when Bill Gates was starting Microsoft he thought to himself - “People are going to love the story of starting up this company in a garage”? Not at all - he wasn’t worried about the story that...Read more

  • Fac, si facis

    Post inspired from: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday. Fac, si facis: “Do it, if you’re going to do it” What is the difference between working for a company and owning a company with employees? What is the difference between a snowboarding going to the Olympics and an amateur...Read more

  • Passion, Don't Be Mislead

    Post inspired from: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday. “We hear what we want to hear, we do what we feel like doing, and despite being increasingly busy and working ourselves very hard, we accomplish very little” Ryan Holiday (47) In this day in age, it’s all about passion....Read more

  • End of January Reflection

    The first month of 2018 has come to a close. How did you do on your resolutions? How are they coming along? I wanted to reflect a little bit on my resolutions and provide an update on how I’m doing as a sort of accountability to myself. By Memorial Day...Read more

  • To Be or To Do?

    Post inspired from: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday. Which do you want: to be somebody or to do something? This morning’s chapter of Ego is the Enemy posed a solid question - to be or to do? This quote comes from John Boyd, a colonel in the Air...Read more

  • The Canvas Strategy

    Post inspired from: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday. Remember back to your first job that you ever got - like job-job. This could have been an internship in your field, apprenticeship, or a junior developer. At any point in that time period did you think to yourself “I’m...Read more

  • Wherever You Go, There You Are

    I’m throwing in the towel. After starting (aka reading the first chapter) of Wherever You Go, There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn, I’ve decided that right now, it isn’t the right book for me. I’m not saying in the future it wont be, but right now it isn’t my focus....Read more

  • Sharing Ideas Part 2

    In the first post on this topic, I posed an idea for using voice-enabled devices to create art. Today I’ll be sharing another idea I’ve pondered (and may have coded a little on). On Reddit, there exists a little bot that’s a reminder bot. Basically, any user can say something...Read more

  • Is It Possible?

    Thoughts from finishing: Living with a Seal: 31 Days Training with the Toughest Man on the Plane by Jesse Itzler. Before picking up Living with a Seal, I expected it to be a “note-taking” book as I call them: books where I actively write down thoughts I while reading. Don’t...Read more

  • The Dope Addiction

    This isn’t any actual drug I’m talking about being addicted to today, this is a feeling. I’m going to run a marathon this year. I’m launching a startup. I’m planning on traveling to Europe this year. You’ve heard those phrases before. You have actually probably stated a phrase like that...Read more

  • The Myth of Unlimited Vacation Days

    Post inspired from: Algorithms to Live By by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths. Job Perks: Unlimited Vacation Days Is that not something all of us want to see when applying for jobs? Unlimited Vacation Days - it sure does sound perfect. But what if I told you that oftentimes that...Read more

  • Relax Your Decisions a Little

    Post inspired from: Algorithms to Live By by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths. How many decisions do we face in our lifetime that don’t seem to have an answer? Every day we face hundreds if not thousands of decisions that guide us in a certain direction. But what about those...Read more

  • Getting started with MySQL

    Want to learn how to use MySQL? This post will share how to get started with the basics! Before You Start I am using a Mac, so all my commands and applications are for a Mac. If you would like to understand how to use it on Windows, let me...Read more

  • Sharing Ideas

    One thing I love being a part of is getting an idea and seeing how far you can take it. Over the past couple years, I’ve been fortunate enough to participate in a couple of these ideas that broke the barrier between idea and product. My favorite one was Activity...Read more

  • Listen to this podcast - Tim Ferriss interviews Terry Crews

    I’ve found my favorite podcast of this year. Granted we are only 14 days into it, but if I were to recommend any podcast right now to anyone, I would highly recommend Tim Ferriss’ interview of Terry Crews title Terry Crews — How to Have, Do, and Be All You...Read more

  • Finding Your Peak Time - My Morning Routine

    If you Google or search on Medium for “morning routine”, you are bound to get thousands of pages of people describing their morning routine and why it is the best one out there. From article titles like “What the 5 Most Successful People Do Every Morning” to “Do these 10...Read more

  • Explore/Exploit Algorithm in Decisions & Regret

    Post inspired from: Algorithms to Live By by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths. Explore/Exploit: In the explore phase, we gather all the information, and the exploit phase is using that information you have to make the best decision. Decisions If we look at the Explore/Exploit algorithm, we can see that...Read more

  • Look-Then-Leap Rule - Explained

    Post inspired from: Algorithms to Live By by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths. Look-Then-Leap Rule: “You set a predetermined amount of time for ‘looking’ - that is, exploring your options, gathering data - in which you categorically don’t choose anyone, no matter how impressive. After that point, you enter the...Read more

  • Who's Fault Is It?

    I love my routine. I love having a plan, knowing what the future holds, and knowing what the expectations are for me. I may be addicted to it. The feeling of moving forward, of progress, towards making something (usually myself) better. That is why, however, that interruptions to my routine...Read more

  • Sleep & Discipline

    Post inspired from: Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual by Jocko Willink. Sleep can be elusive. It can be frustrating. It can be restless. It can be tiring. But sleep can also be fruitful and it can re-energize. Everyone needs to sleep. I’m going to be frank with you: I am...Read more

  • Stoicism & Discipline Equals Freedom

    I am one day in and 39 pages deep into Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual, and I would already highly recommend it to anyone. This morning I came across a couple passages that I wanted to share that I believe relate very much to Stoicism. How long are you going...Read more

  • Behat and JS? Go CasperJS

    Today while writing tests (shocking, I know), I came across an interesting and unknown (at the time) scenario. For the site, I wanted to test and make sure a certain element was showing up on the page. At the time, I was writing Behat tests to do some functionality and...Read more

  • Elon Musk in the Wizard of Oz

    Book: Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future by Ashlee Vance While in college studying for my degree, I took a couple classes on design, prototyping, and building interfaces. One topic or phrase that often came up in the early lessons on prototyping and design was...Read more