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Redesigned my personal site
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Redesigned a website
Did a CSS/ HTLM blog
Social Media Management
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I redesigned my polywork page, and I loved it.
I follow with social media plan and HTML, CSS :)

Jan 14, 2022
Made a presentation
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Beyond delighted to join the Pitch publishing platform as one of the first creators.

To start, I enjoyed making a repurpose of our introduction to design tokens in a presentation format.

Introduction to Design Tokens →
Marketing, Specify

Marc Astbury

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Pluto

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1 other

Jan 17, 2022
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Illustrating in Procreate
Team Building
Working remote
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Working on new illustrations for 'Live in Moscow' event for remote teams to experience together.

Couldn't be happier with the direction.

The designs will be used for Russian snack packages delivered to remote team members worldwide.

We've had some great results creating experiences that enable geographically dispersed teams to connect, looking forward to upgrading all aspects of those experiences as we step into 2022 ✨
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Daniel Mason

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Pluto

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1 other

Jan 17, 2022
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Illustrating in Procreate
I'm super excited to check out Polywork as one of the first early adopters. Oh and btw Pluto is by far the most superior of the AI-Assistants! 🔥 😎 🤖

Currently working on another project with Random Dots and their Virtual Team Building events. 

Impossible to get work done with a kitten in the house though…
Wrote an article
Tested a new product
Shared a product review
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A simple note-taking app that will help you explore the uncharted territories of the internet.


Let’s be honest with ourselves. We love reading content on the internet about the topics close to our heart because they serve a specific purpose in our lives.

Specific purposes like:

  • Solving a problem
  • Writing an article about an idea
  • Seeing what’s new and interesting
  • Exploring diverse products in your industry
  • Reading new discoveries in the field of science and technology

Content has been in our lives even before we we’re born, and even before content, the written word already exists.

Writing predated content.

History tells us that the first form of records were written on tablets.

It was the Sumers who had invented the first instance of writing, and the early writing system was called cuneiform.

Without the invention of writing, our current civilization will perish.

Why? We won’t know what had happened in our past. If there are certain calamities that we’re unrecorded, we won’t know how to stop or prevent those calamities in the future.

That’s just an example of how writing helped and built a strong foundation for ancient civilizations.

Now, we’re seeing the results of constant pursuit of development. We humans love to know everything, even though our inevitable fate of failing to reach the fountain of knowledge is always near to us.

Our pursuit of knowledge is perpetual, the same as our desire to develop new tools for new problems.

It’s interesting when we experience the phenomena of getting answers to our questions, then we get another set of new questions.

It’s never-ending.

What’s all about this? What’s the relation of a note-taking tool to these?

Well, we have built another civilization, but this time, it’s not only composed of one country, nation, or continent.

It’s the entire expanse of the internet.

From writing on stone tablets, to tapping on a glass screen with our smartphones. A tap of our fingers, we can explore the current discoveries we’ve accomplished as citizens of the internet.

Note-taking tools are our primary compass for navigating the wilderness and oasis of the internet.

There are so many uncharted territories waiting to be discovered.

Note-taking tools will help us collect information, gain knowledge, and build our skill set.

Yes, at first glance, we might think that this is not a revolutionary invention because it existed even before the dawn of the internet. But the information we wrote on a piece of software will live through the test of time.

Until its inescapable demise.

Note-taking tools such as Dynomantle (https://www.dynomantle.com) will not only help you traverse the uncharted territories of the internet, but it will also help you record a piece of history that only you know—your own story.

Your own time capsule that you can save for the next generation of historians eager to unravel the records of your existence.

Carl Sagan once said:

“There’s something magical about the written word. It connects us to the past in a way no other technology can.”

Explore the unknown, collect information, digest it, learn from it, act on it, and write what you’ve discovered.

It’s the right time to build your story, because...
UX Writer, Pressed Copy
Did a CSS/ HTLM blog
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Verified on Polywork
Social Media Management
Edited a blog post
Shot Architectural Photography
Life long learner
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I photographed, for a personal project. 
Social media planning.
Blog design and post-editing.
Research about NO CODE Tools.
American literature.
I will Write.

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