Question in case anyone happens to know. At work we need a good program for local files. We get a lot of files via email, uploads from clients, paper files, and CDs that are mailed to us. Most of these files are PDFs, and sometimes they need to be inserted into other PDFs. the people in charge of managing it all are getting a little overwhelmed. Is there something out there that lets you track a file (where it came from, where it is being moved to, name changes, etc) and helps with keeping things organized? Oh, and they want a desktop/local server solution, not a web solution.
During recent Android app clinics I hosted and/or attended, I started noticing developers/designers implement some common UX flaws and found myself questioning if they know how to do proper UX. Some of those Android applications I’ve seen are really well thought out from a technical point of view, but lack good UX.
So maybe I should share some techniques/tips on how to improve the UX.
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A little over a year ago I started something that has changed my life. I was tired of not being able to do the simplest of tasks like getting out of bed, or walking up a flight of stairs. I started eating healthier and got more active. I started playing this game called +Ingress which forced me to go out and walk all over the place. Through that game I have met so many awesome people and haven't had more fun playing a game and being social since, well... I dont know when. During this passed year I have lost 140lbs and have finally said good by to the 300s. Thanks everyone for all of your support!
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