My laptop of choice is the 15 inch Macbook Pro from 2015. I use a 24 inch LG secondary monitor and an
My iPad 2019 model is currently collecting dust
because I can’t find a decent app for creating
Google Chrome is my daily browser and I use Firefox and Safari to make sure my
websites provide a consistent
Experience to my clients.
graphic design & web design
I use Figma to design interactive websites and mobile applications. I
prefer the Affinity Suite because of its
purchase fee, so I no longer use the Adobe
Iconset organizes my icons before exporting them in svg format.
Accessibility testing and
picking colors are
Color Oracle and Sip.
Visual Studio Code is my daily text editor and my occasional
terminal use is done with the
in Mac OS.
The terminal shell I’m currently using is zsh with the Oh My Zsh framework.
I keep my plugins to a minimal to avoid slowing down the shell start-up time. My absolute favorite zsh plugins
zsh-autosuggestions and zsh-syntax-highlighting.
I install and update my packages with Homebrew and I maintain multiple versions
of NPM with N.
I seldomly use Fetch FTP to teach new developers how to upload their
work into the server. I
Table Plus since Sequel Pro is no
I track my work hours with Clockify and I use the default Calendar and
on Mac OS and
I’m not a fan of to-do lists, so I only use them when I absolutely have to. I create them with the Reminders
I write my blog posts with Simplenote in markdown so I can easily export
them into my blog.
I check my emails several times a day with Canary Mail because I like its
User Interface and
The built-in clock on Mac OS doesn’t include a calendar, therefore, I disable it in favor of Dato. I like to
menu icons with Dozer and resizing my windows with Tiles.
Flux reduces eye strain at night so it’s absolutely necessary to me. My
by far is Alt-Tab
it manages all my open applications exactly like Microsoft Windows. I don’t have to use Spaces anymore 😄
App Cleaner automatically deletes useless applications, but
removing folders manually is still
A virus scanner is absolutely necessary for all Operating Systems and Malwarebytes does the
job for me.
Networking can be very helpful in getting jobs if used effectively. I use Discord
and Slack in addition to
to stay in the loop.
I like keeping my web design and development skills up to date, so educational platforms like Lynda and Front-End Masters are
Screenflow is pretty awesome for recording lectures
online and uploading them privately to
Youtube. My channel
emojis were created with the Rocket application.
I enjoy reading a lot during my free time and Kobo is my current
choice for ebooks. It also
has a much nicer
Interface than Amazon Kindle, in my opinion.
Finally, I like to relax by listening to music with Spotify. I
just can’t do it during work
because I’m easily