An interesting Twitter thread about how a purely remote team works to bring products to life. Working in a UX team at a business that is going through change I find these things really interesting. Given the current Covid-19 situation, a bit of insight from seasoned remote workers is even more poignant at the moment.
It’s now been a week since I ran out of coffee beans. More are on the way, but I miss the morning ritual of brewing myself a coffee.
Finally sorting my road bike out, cleaned and oiled up. Time to start using her as my daily exercise time and chance to get out the flat.
‘Don’t be alarmed,’ he said. ‘You are looking for Jesus the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid him.
Work has started a steps challenge, made me actually get out the house and be active. Took this at the mid point of my walk.
Been playing around with the iPad and my old Apple Trackpad. It’s kinda cool, makes we want to get the Magic Trackpad 2 so I can truly navigate iPadOS while it’s connected to my big screen. I also hope that iPadOS 14 brings better external display support.
Clapped for the NHS at 8. For the doctors, nurses, paramedics, counsellors, and carers. Outside of CV-19 I’ve never been more thankful for our health system and the work that they do than I am right now.
Fun evening doing a quiz with the team from work via video conferencing. Worked really well, had a lot of laughs. I find Wednesday to be the hardest of the week for some reason, so this was good medicine.
I really wish Do Not Disturb in my Mac could be automatically turned on when I have a meeting. Seems like a crazy omission. I have discovered that Option-Click on the notifications icon in the menu bar is a shortcut to turn it on and off.