littlelogs

Keep a social journal of your work progress as you make and learn things.

#blogging

February 2017

josh
josh

@belle and I recently decided to shift our marketing angle somewhat: now, building our personal profiles is just as important as content for any of the products, because the more visible we are, the more that flows back to what we make. So in the spirit of being more visible, I went and did a blog post. That’s two this year already! Crazy. I wrote about why I own a phone with a hardware keyboard in 2017 (but you shouldn’t). #blogging #content

February 2016

anneliese
anneliese

Published my first industry-specific piece in a while on Medium. Entitled “XX+UX: Tales from the Design Frontier (from a non-designer)”, it’s a recap of key takeaways from a design meetup I attended (per my previous log).

Was a bit hesitant at first as it marked my first piece regarding a discipline I don’t specialize in, but I’m lucky I had a few designer friends to help me beat it up. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. :) #writing #blogging #design

January 2016

josh
josh

I also finished my year in review blog post tonight, and just need to link all articles and music in it that I mentioned, then it’ll be good to go. Also one to finish tomorrow. #blogging

josh
josh

Today I helped edit @belle’s productive habits course (#editing), then started to write a 2015 in review for both #hellocode and myself personally. #blogging is so much effort — I can’t really ever be bothered doing it, but I like having done it. So I shall persevere for these and perhaps spend more time on personal blogging this year in general.

October 2015

September 2015

anneliese
anneliese

Spent the morning cleaning up my personal #content calendar (less of a calendar, more of a matrix right now) that's served as a parking lot of ideas and rough concepts. Personal #essays and #thoughtleadership pieces have taken a back seat for a while, but am working to commit to more time developing and #publishing them. The first (and possible hardest) step for me is getting my ideas in front of someone, not only to feedback on, but to hold me accountable. My boss has time held this weekend to review my ideas so, the next time we meet, we can map out more of a concrete action plan and schedule. Things are about to get real! #persdev #prodev #writing #blogging

July 2015

June 2015