Let’s talk about education. Getting to school, staying in school, homework, tests and the PTA.
You’ve all heard it before. Journaling is important. Everyone should do it. It’s good for you. Blah blah blah. I used to think it was all made up. I didn’t think that journaling could have a positive impact on my life. I tried to start a couple of times, and I always stopped because I didn’t enjoy it. I thought journaling wasn’t for me. But then I discovered an app that changed all that.
Day One is a journaling app for Mac and iOS. It features a gorgeous interface, effortless syncing between devices over iCloud or Dropbox, and some extra tools for power users. I’ve tried journaling by hand, in a word processor, and in other journaling apps, and none of those methods has even begun to compare to the awesome experience I’ve had with Day One.
Linds Redding breaks down what amounts to the industrial revolution in the world of the creative.
I’ve found myself rereading this article since it was first posted almost a year ago. It’s so true it hurts, yet I’m not sure how to right the situation. Organizational change to remedy the issue of available time per task isn’t something easily modified. In the face of A/B testing, ‘agile’ development styles, and more I fear we’re doomed to continue this trend unless we’re independent or lucky enough to have a designer as a founder or co-founder.