All the spots listed here are also on this easy to use Google Maps list if you ever wanna explore this area — https://goo.gl/maps/vxoTc7yWs3VzixdG6
Nolita is so fancy. It has good looking residential houses + really solid food places + relatively quiet streets. Similar to Chinatown, it’s a tiny neighborhood, only spanning a few blocks between Soho & Lower East Side. There is also lots of interesting artwork near this area and I’ve posted some at the end of this article, but first let’s take a look at all the nice food options here!
We’re gonna start with 🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕
An incredibly vibrant neighborhood, Chinatown packs a whole bunch of great food spots into just a few blocks of area. This is a collection of places I like here, which admittedly are going to mostly be desserts 😅.
All the spots listed here are also on this easy to use Google Maps list if you ever wanna explore this area — https://goo.gl/maps/KxNufyJyNCBVBxjR7
One of the fancier neighborhoods of Manhattan, West Village has picturesque houses, lots of food places and easy access to sports & theatre. This is a collection of different things I like about this neighborhood.
A few random facts about my relationship to this area:
Thoughts from working in a 9–5 office as a full time product designer. I update this post whenever a new thought pops up — think of this as my personal /r/showerthoughts, but for design.
Oct 14, 2020
In all electric cars like the Model S, every on board system (ranging from the drivetrain and suspension to the seat warmers and infotainment system), draws power from the same massive pool of energy — the battery.
What does a visual representation of this energy consumption look like? Before we go into the how, lets look at why we even need this interface.
The energy display interface can have 2 primary use cases.
This is a pretty broad question. Its simpler if we can distill down the scope of what we aim to do here:
What is Paperless Post? Its something that helps you create online and paper stationery that reflects your individual aesthetic. Our distinctive, customizable designs and powerful online tools make it easy to communicate expressively on any occasion.
2013 has been a really exciting year at PP. We grown a lot, hired some extremely smart people, launched a bunch of useful features. One of our biggest works this year has been the launch of the iPad app.
It’s not easy to boil down 8 months of hard work into one post, but I feel it’s useful to pen down the design challenges…