In places where I can, I introduce myself as a creative technologist because it describes all I do better than any job title can. But beyond that, beyond being creative with technology, the term describes the intersectionality of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) with Art at the forefront.
A lot of things that are built to withstand the test of time go through proper architecture. I’m sure there are more contexts to use the term architect but the most common I encounter are with structural architects and software architects.
As I began writing documentation for my project ui-pack I wanted full control of the medium to prevent limitations that may be met with existing documentation tools. A primary goal of the project is to be so comprehensive to its users.
For a while I’ve been working on ui-pack which is intended to be a home for those UI components that aren’t used frequently enough to make it to most component libraries or are often implemented with very little research.
Do you dread emails? Have you ever tried to think about why you do if the answer to that is yes? I think people hate emails because they think they have little control over it. We get frustrated when we feel we have less control.
From the moment I hit my point of realization, I frequently thought about ways to achieve quality of life through fulfillment in the things I do. We are likely to limit ourselves through our entire lifetime by constraining the things we seek fulfillment in.