In life I’m exploring the question, “what matters now?” and this blog will jibe with each change in the journey.
I’ve been starting with a manifesto for myself, based on exploring what matters to me. On a trail run in June these words came to me. I’m considering them my manifesto for the moment.
I move because if I’m standing still, I’m dying.
I create, as my soul knows no better way to be free.
I love like it’s the only thing that matters.
This is a pretty good description of the actions and people at the top of the list of what matters to me. It's simple enough for me to follow. I move. I make. I love. I think in bullet points when I run, I guess.
There are other things I need to work on. Forgiveness, non-attachment, being more open. I could go into the deeper list of things I value and could focus on, but for the moment, I'm working on prioritizing life around the things in this list.
For the moment...
Konigi is a *fantastic* resource for every User Interface Designer.
It’s perfect for those times when you’re designing a feature and you want to review all the prior art. It’s worth keeping an eye on.
—noise between stations
One source I love for examples of successful interface and visual design is konigi.com. Rather than focusing on an entire site or application, they just highlight out individual nuggets of gold.
Konigi is a beautiful site chock full of inspiration for user experience designers.
—Lee Ann Hutter
I think its a brilliant Idea. I am pretty sure the big game changer designs will be inspired from R&D on this website.