blog.juanruiz.co

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Strawberry fields forever. #tablelands #cairns  (at Shaylee Strawberry Farm - Atherton Tablelands)

Strawberry fields forever. #tablelands #cairns (at Shaylee Strawberry Farm - Atherton Tablelands)

Kathy Sierra’s Featuritis Curve
 (via Photo: Kathy Sierra’s Featuritis Curve helps… by David of Basecamp)

1/3 of my daily commute #cairns #hyperlapse #traffic (at Cairns Qld)

Rhetological Fallacies. Errors and manipulation of rhetoric and logical thinking (via Rhetological Fallacies | Information Is Beautiful)

Rhetological Fallacies. Errors and manipulation of rhetoric and logical thinking (via Rhetological Fallacies | Information Is Beautiful)

Back in Melbourne #melbourne #cairns  (at Flinders Street Station)

Back in Melbourne #melbourne #cairns (at Flinders Street Station)

Tonight at the crown #cairns #blues (at Crown Hotel)

Tonight at the crown #cairns #blues (at Crown Hotel)

Most people love to talk about success (and life in general) as an event. We talk about losing 50 pounds or building a successful business or winning the Tour de France as if they are events. But the truth is that most of the significant things in life aren’t stand-alone events, but rather the sum of all the moments when we chose to do things 1 percent better or 1 percent worse. Aggregating these marginal gains makes a difference.

We know how to not cut down trees; we know how to not hunt animals to extinction; we know how to reduce our carbon emissions. The question isn’t one of possibility, but of desire and ethically arduous sacrifice.

Australian spider #cairns #nature #spider

Australian spider #cairns #nature #spider

“Just” implies that all of the thinking behind a feature or system has been done. Even worse, it implies that all of the decisions that will have to be made in the course of development have already been discovered—and that’s never the case.

Solely relying on reverse-chronology turns our websites into graveyards, where things pile up atop each other until they fossilize. We need to start treating our websites as gardens, as places worthy of cultivation and renewal, where new things can bloom from the old.

Sunday walk  (at Stoney Creek Falls)

Sunday walk (at Stoney Creek Falls)

Trying to break the world record…again #ukulele #cairns #music (at Fogarty Park)

Trying to break the world record…again #ukulele #cairns #music (at Fogarty Park)

"Los hombres también lloran" - James #col #bra (at Whitfield Waters)

Google Design

At Google we say, “Focus on the user and all else will follow.” We embrace that principle in our design by seeking to build experiences that surprise and enlighten our users in equal measure. This site is for exploring how we go about it. You can read our design guidelines, download assets and resources, meet our team, and learn about job and training opportunities.