Kevin Yank

Siri, define irony. 😂


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  Hello Hypercritical gold tee owner. We have received word from a few of you that the size tag is clearly visible on the back of the shirt when worn. It’s not supposed to be like that. The size tag should be printed in a light color or light enough ink that it is not visible through the shirt when worn.
  If you received an incorrectly printed shirt and would like a replacement, please reply to this email by the end of this week (Friday, September 29). Please include a photo to confirm that the size tag can be seen through the shirt material when worn. We will happily replace the affected item. No need to return the original. Please allow a few weeks for us to print the new shirts. You will receive an email with tracking information once the replacement ships.

Neither nor does the automatic depth map capture for retroactive Portrait Mode that the first party Camera app does on #iPhone 15 Pro. Assuming there is API support for this, it’s a race for the first 3rd party camera app to support it. #Apple

The #iPhone 15 Pro is still quite heavy compared to my iPhone 13 mini. #Apple

I asked Siri “Is brontosaurus real?” and it replied with a confident reassurance that it is, in fact, real … sourced from 🤨 #Apple

Build the Web

Make pixels change colour with code, to create beautiful, accessible experiences.

As Director of Front End Engineering at Culture Amp, I lead a practice of about 50 engineers to build interfaces that help users create a better world of work. After more than 20 years in the field, I continue to learn and explore what is possible on the Web.

Know your tools

Technology is a superpower. Make it work for you.

One of the gifts of a career in software development is the ability to automate away your own problems with custom software. I love to explore the little-known features and extension points in the technology I use, particularly in the Apple ecosystem.