- court3nay: may the lord bless Chris Rhee and his clean html.
- Will: he’s sitting next to me
- Will: was that sarcastic? or legit? heh
- court3nay: legit
Will was nice enough to send me that transcript from ENTP’s internal company chat the other day. They’re referring to the redesigned and recoded admin interface for Tender that I helped launch a while back.
All those years of
svn blame ridicule and getting whipped for the wrong amount of indents, interchanged tabs/spaces, unpredictable naming conventions and inconsistent double & single quoted attributes has paid off. (Thanks Apple and specifically, Lauren.)
But I’m concerned that for even half a second Will thought Courtenay might have been praising me sarcastically. Didn’t you know I was nice? Brushes shoulder.
Over at ENTP, we just posted a sneak peek of the upcoming Tender redesign. I’ve been focusing on this admin overhaul with the rest of ENTP and we’re close to the point where we can use & test it ourselves. Next step: Public launch!
In a few weeks, we’re launching a redesign of Tender’s admin area. I’ve been sharing some screenshots on Dribbble and gathering feedback from other sites. People have been digging the sneak peeks and we’re making good progress. But there’s still a lot of work to do — so back to the design caves I go.
Coming soon: I’m writing some blog posts to share the design decisions made during this project. So back to the writing caves I go.
I’m a big proponent of remote workers, telecommuting and virtual offices. But not 100% of the time. Otherwise, you’d miss out on moments like this:
- Chris: hey justin, can you help me get tender/lighthouse running locally on my new laptop sometime today?
- Justin: Chris: yeah. I’ll glide over in a moment. *weeee*