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Size templates for Twitter images.
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Size templates for Twitter images.
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“UI design starts with words.”
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“UI design starts with words.”
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We’ve all faced the problem of lack of information in our app. All interfaces seem lifeless and empty. Debugging with no data is also not simple.

I think that each of us has at least once in their lives created a bunch of files with JSON data, but they were just one object propagated without unique fields. JSON Generator was created in order to help with this. It provides an opportunity generate any data and in any quantity. Edit template, click “Generate” and you’re done.

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Knowing how to not give a shit doesn’t mean you never give a shit about anything. It just means that when you give a shit, it’s voluntary. You have a reason.

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Knowing how to not give a shit doesn’t mean you never give a shit about anything. It just means that when you give a shit, it’s voluntary. You have a reason.
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"for each desired change, make the change easy (warning: this may be hard), then make the easy change."

Kent Beck

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(Actually, I prefer the term “client care”, since “client” implies a relationship, instead of “customer”, which is transactional. But I’ll use the normal term instead of confusing things by using mine.)

  1. You can afford to be generous
  2. The customer is more important than the company
  3. Customer service is a profit center
  4. Every interaction is your moment to shine
  5. Lose every fight
  6. Rebelliously right the wrongs of the world
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"Treat people at the end of the relationship like it’s the beginning, and there won’t be an end."

Tony Robbins

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When Xcode 5 and iOS 7 were announced, a small addition was mentioned that most people might have missed: HeaderDoc.

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In addition, Xcode parses HeaderDoc-style comments behind the scenes to automatically present your documentation in quick look panels.

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  1. Similarity can cost you sales
  2. Utilize price anchoring
  3. The secrets of Weber’s Law
  4. Reduce pain points in the sales process
    • Reframe the product’s value
    • Bundle commonly bought items
    • Sweat the small stuff
    • Appeal to utility or pleasure
    • It’s either free or it isn’t
  5. Try out an old classic: ending prices with the number 9
  6. Emphasize time spent vs. saved
  7. Never compare prices without a reason
  8. Utilize the power of context
  9. Test different levels of pricing
  10. Keep prices stupidly simple
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Stronglifts 5×5 uses five free weight compound exercises: the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift, Overhead Press and Barbell Row. You do three of these exercises each workout, three times a week, for about 45 minutes per workout. You Squat every workout, three times a week.
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Introducing the Apollo Planner, a beautifully simple daily planner that delivers powerful productivity and real results.

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Introducing the Apollo Planner, a beautifully simple daily planner that delivers powerful productivity and real results.
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There is, however, old wisdom — perhaps from an earlier version of the Mac HIG — that says how to create error messages: they should be of the form “Can’t x because of y.”

They may optionally include additional detail and/or recovery steps. “Can’t x because of y. Something is true. Try a thing.”