Todoist is an old contender among to-do list managers, helping people corral their work into manageable tasks for almost a decade. It’s grown into a cross-platform tool that can be used for collaboration and project management, but was created simply because Amir Salihefendic needed a way to keep track of his work.
It would be a point of pride for any entrepreneur to start a single company and achieve profitability, but Max Levchin has done a bit more than that. He’s had a hand in creating an entire string of notable and influential startups.
When you use an app from a big software company, it can be easy to forget that there are individual people behind those logos. One of those people is Rick Treitman, with the unique title of ‘entrepreneur-in-residence’ at Adobe.
Photography, more than being a purely literal portrayal of reality, often requires the hand of an artist to blend the truth with their own vision. That’s what Mike Kelley does with his popular ‘Airportraits’ series.
There’s nothing easy about live television news. It’s a blend of quick-thought improvisation and journalistic research done in concert with complex technical systems, all done in an effort to relay the news. And it doesn’t get any easier during an election year.
ROBLOX is part virtual world, part development platform, and part massively multiplayer online game. David Baszucki created it ten years ago along with his cofounder Erik Cassel, and it’s gradually snowballed in popularity, particularly among kids and teenagers.
Natalie Amrossi’s future is up in the air. She left a burgeoning a career in finance to pursue her interest in photography, and now spends most of her time photographing city skylines from rooftops and copters.
You probably think of 3D printers as niche devices for DIY enthusiasts to create plastic objects that are a little rough around the edges. Shapeways is different. They use industrial machines to bring high resolution 3D printing to the masses.
Marc Guggenheim is an accomplished showrunner and television producer, but he is, more than anything, a writer. His work spans many media—from television to film to novels and comic books. He’s even written for video games.
Mary Roach wants to you to be uncomfortable, but intrigued. Her books examine the unexpected, curious minutiae of managing the human body and the science of how we deal with our own limitations.
It should come as little surprise that the creator of Asana, a popular project management tool, dutifully tracks his own work with eager intent. Every little detail matters to Justin Rosenstein, from the minutiae of how his product works to the five glasses of water carefully lined in a row on his desk in preparation…
Let’s say you’ve finally moved to a home or apartment with enough outdoor space for a little garden to call your own. What sort of tools will you need to get started? Are all trowels created equal? This video explains the basics of what you’ll need.
If you don’t follow the daily workings of Silicon Valley you might not realize that Google doesn’t just acquire startups—they’re also deeply involved with venture capital investments. GV is the venture capital arm of Alphabet Inc., and they’ve put over $2 billion into promising companies since their inception.
If you work with any sort of digital media, whether it be video, photos, vector graphics, humble PDFs, or animation, it’s almost certain that there’s an Adobe product in your workflow. So what are the go-to apps for someone who works at Adobe?
So much can be said with a GIF. It can be an exaggerated reaction, a visual analogy to something said in a conversation, or simply a non sequitur to punctuate online communication. But usually it’s just a funny animation.
As 3D printing evolves and becomes a more common tool, new companies are sprouting up to refine the process and reinvent the way designers, engineers, and hobbyists work. Formlabs arose from a huge Kickstarter success to create an innovative high-resolution printer with an eye on quality and consistency.
Designing a car from the ground up, from road to roof, is a huge collaborative undertaking that requires someone at the wheel to guide the car’s development. At Chevrolet, one such executive is Ron Arnesen, who is responsible for the design and development of the Chevy Malibu.