iOS applications for the most part end up being an entry point based on intent. Sometimes these tasks are isolated to a webpage (in the form of an application) and have no native iOS application. Read how we can turn a webpage into a basic iOS application to reduce friction and improve focus to handle intents.
If you use two fonts in Google Docs often (i.e., like using mono fonts for code keywords) then read my approach to toggling between two fonts quickly using AppleScript on MacOS.
A post about releasing my new Ruby gem github_contributions! This is a tool that I've been using to track my GitHub contributions.
Set up a hyper key and global hotkeys to quickly perform actions regardless of where you are. This will save you keystrokes and/or time spent moving the mouse cursor.
I tried Apple Watch's Walkie Talkie feature and found it pretty much useless compared to just calling someone. Read to find out the reasons behind my opinion, and why calling on the Apple Watch is just better overall.
Read about my document storage journey to understand the reasons why I'm moving from Evernote to Google Drive and ditching my Doxie Go for Genius Scan (a mobile scanner application). Included are steps for exporting out of Evernote and into Google Drive.
Read how I orchestrate my daily review that consists of multiple applications using iOS Shortcuts. I create a notification-based workflow as a workaround to Shortcut's time limit when switching between applications.
In this post, I demonstrate how to communicate work meetings to my family while working from home. I use a combination of software and hardware to accomplish an informative and automated solution that provides information about my availability to my family.
This is the fourth (and final) installment of a multi-part series on improving your home office. In this article, we talk about the miscellaneous aspects of your home office that I have not covered (lighting, organization, climate, and personalizations).
This is the third of a multi-part series on improving your home office. In this part, we talk about the input and output aspects of your home office (monitor, mouse/keyboard, audio, and video).