I previously wrote that I'm learning to code, because I believe the future of design tools is based on code. Well, I didn't tell you the whole truth. There's also a second powerful reason why I embarked on this journey. It's the idea of being a maker.
I believe that coding gives you superpowers. It can take you from being "just" a designer to being someone who can release actual products into the world.
I want to have a bias toward action. Coding is a way there.
To prove that point, here are two personal stories of how I used my ability to code—albeit very limited—in the past.Read more