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The material design printed kits were a hit at #io14—over a thousand attendees dropped by the Design Sandbox to pick up their copy of the limited edition kit. A lot of care and craftsmanship went into the design and production of these kits; many thanks to the folks at Manual (manualcreative.com) for helping us put them together. For a quick look behind the curtains of the production process, take a look at the photo album below!
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  • Localytics
    Product Designer, 2014 - present
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    Product Designer, 2013 - 2014
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Pizza was underdone and doughy. Wouldn't recommend.
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This is a prime example why the USPS is a failure. I had to call 5 times before someone would even answer the phone. I receive 1 out of roughly every 4 packages sent to me, and 1 pink slips for every 3 being held at the post office. When I asked the reason, they told me that the truck delivering them didn't have access to my building—then why don't you schedule appropriate service to match the delivery addresses? And postal workers complain about parcels with signature required, only necessary due to how unreliable the service is.
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