#37 — Have a productive 2017
10 things worth sharing
|Thomas Seng Hin Mak||Jan 6, 2017|
Wish you all have a remarkable holidays. Here are the 10 things I would like to share this week.
I switched to my own newsletter system — SheepInBox — after using ConvertKit for a year. Mainly because I can’t justify the cost and I can build a tool for my own newsletter needs. If I want to build my product, I should be the first customer that want to use it. That’s the importance of dogfooding: “If the team doesn’t end up using their own product and find it exceedingly useful then the product isn’t actually providing the proposed value.”
Well, writing software is hard, by DHH.
I posted some links of Progressive Web App in issue 30. I believe it will be a big hit in 2017.
Jason Fried on how he works. Worth read for a productivity working strategy.
A Sketch plugin for auto layout. It is more convenient to design UI in Sketch now with the plugin.
Math for Motion. Tuning motion value is never easy. This is a good reference point.
Thank you to be my reader at 2016. Have a productive 2017!
I found that the email service I was using didn’t send email to inactive subscribers. Some of you may have not received my emails for weeks, or even months. But I did send out emails every week, with some weeks skipped.
If you haven’t received my emails for a long while, or if you’re new, you may find my archives in the medium.com/10-things-worth-sharing.