11 January, 2016

Ten games you should try after a decade of not playing games

A few days ago a friend of mine mentioned that he had enjoyed video games ten years ago, but one day he just stopped playing them. Maybe it was the lack of time, maybe the shifting priorities of getting older — it doesn’t really matter.

What matters that he feels like he’s “missing out”, as games can be as valuable pieces of entertainment as a good movie or book. It’d be a little daunting to start catching up with all the games in the past decade, so I thought a short list of great titles which are easy to pick up and not a huge time investment would come in handy.

So without further ado, here are some accessible and fun games which aren’t a complete waste of your time.

18 November, 2015

iPhone 6s Plus Review

Another Year, Another iPhone. But for me, this year is different. After four long years, I finally did something that lots of folks do annually: getting a new one.

06 October, 2014

Design is hard, party all night

Hello World,

Being a perfectionist is a huge burden. You practically never meet your own expectations. You seek out to create something wonderful, only to end up being disappointed in your own abilities. You are not satisfied with the results, and often you are not having fun during the process, either: you can only see how everything is falling apart, and feel that "it's not supposed to be going like this".

In reality, however, everything around us is far from perfection: we are imperfect beings making imperfect things, throughout imperfect workflows. Therefore yearning to create something perfect is entirely utopistic.

There is nothing wrong with wanting to create something absolutely flawless, it only starts to become a problem when it hinders one's ability to make something merely good, but not perfect.

As someone whose call in life is to create, it is one of my biggest personal challenges to tackle my own perfectionism. I have wasted so much time not creating simply because I could not create the way I imagined it. And that is a huge problem.

So, this is the first, somewhat self-therapeutic post on my shiny new blog, which is also a mission statement: keep on pushing, never stop making. Reach "perfection" by making one step at a time, not by making a long jump from zero. This site will hopefully enable me to share my creations on a frequent basis, aiding me just to do exactly that.