by Jessica Gee
Garrett and I enjoyed a very blessed 2012. Every year just keeps getting better. Where to start..
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Garrett was invited by the US Government to be a student representative of entrepreneurship in Morocco. He made some lifelong friends mentoring other young adults that really made a footprint on his life. My mom came to SF to keep me company while Read more
Dirty dirty rats. And it is time the world found out.
Have you seen Pixar’s Ratatouille? Did you love it so much? Yea, me too. Amongst the many lessons of the Ratatouille adventure is Read more
How both concrete and abstract metrics can be used to motivate effort and track progress along the way.
Scan recently passed the 25 million download mark. Here’s a brief explanation as to what that does and doesn’t mean in my eyes..
A Metric to Drive Success
When looking to achieve something significant, it is helpful to Read more
Simple HOW-TO tutorial for scanning codes with your smart phone
What is a QR code?
Most simply put, QR codes are 2D codes which can be scanned using a smart phone to access information or take some sort of digital action. For example, a business Read more
Born : November 6, 2012
November 6, 2012 (my birthday) was graced with the birth of our first child, Dorothy Seven Gee. Her healthy arrival was the greatest blessing of a gift I could have wished for. I’ve never been more excited to spend the rest of my birthday’s sharing Barbie themed Read more
Just a handpicked few of the many greats that I love to follow on Instagram.
They say that “content is king”..and so it is with Instagram. I follow some amazing people (some I know personally and some I don’t) that give a peek into their Read more
Because the harder I work, the luckier I get.
Yesterday while speaking on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah I was asked: “How much of Scan‘s success has come from luck?”
My natural and immediate answer was: “Tons. We have had so much luck on our side from the beginning and every step along the way.”
Not the Truth
I wanted to be humble and didn’t want to take credit for all the good that has come to Scan. But after giving it more thought, I would be Read more
The personally rewarding experience of being asked to speak at BYU together with my hero, Mick Hagen
Dropped Out of BYU 1 Year Ago This Month
It was 1 year ago this month that I dropped out of Brigham Young University. Since then, I’ve twice had the very fun opportunity to return as a guest speaker. The first time was just 6 months after having dropped out. It It was especially Read more
A better way to adjust my iPhone's screen brightness
There are most obviously 107+ things I adore about my new iPhone 5, but this post is about the 1 thing I don’t. The 1 feature I was hoping and wishing Apple would include in iOS 6 but didn’t : Screen Brightness.
My favorite thing about the iPhone is the Read more
Because the iPhone 5 experience starts before you turn it on
Apple makes my job as an app designer joyful and rewarding. The retina display screen makes crafting over each and every pixel worth it. The ever enhancing performance continues to broaden our creative possibilities. But the experience starts well before the device is turned on.
I have made it part of my personal education as a craftsman to take special Read more