This page represents who I am: a hybrid a multitasker, a programmer, a photographer, a videographer and coffee table artist who loves to travel.

Anonymous asked:
So. Do you have a girlfriend?

So. Is this a real person?

Luego de una semana sin dormir… Esto es gratifying #sxsw #sxswHackathon #iphone

Luego de una semana sin dormir… Esto es gratifying #sxsw #sxswHackathon #iphone

Geek fashion… #sxsw #lifehack convert your charging cable into a bracelet

Geek fashion… #sxsw #lifehack convert your charging cable into a bracelet

#tropicaleo #nuestraCulturaNuncaMorira

Aunque es más fácil hacer un desierto que un bosque, la amplitud y el silencio es pura belleza.

Namibia: Septiembre 10, 2009

#tropicaleo #wiken #weekend

Mobile web 01: 
An average of 60% of people have a mobile device and If the subsidy for low-income residents passes, providing free cellular and internet service for $11 a month, more people will be on mobile devices than computers.
So, should mobile content be different from a desktop content? Why should it be different? Why should the mobile website be a limited version of the desktop version? For this you have to take into account the functionality of the website as well as the location and ways the user will engage with the mobile website. Just because the device is mobile that doesn’t mean that it’s always being used while walking down the street, in the car, or in line at the bank. Surprisingly 70% of people use their mobile device at home. Why limit the content of a mobile site? Why make the user get off their couch, go to the computer, turn it on…loading…, open the browser, type in a url, and search a page if they can do it from their couch? In studies when people don’t find or see the content they’re looking for on their mobile device they assume the content doesn’t exist.
http://www.startwithwhy.com/
http://www.jwtintelligence.com/

 

Mobile web 01: 

An average of 60% of people have a mobile device and If the subsidy for low-income residents passes, providing free cellular and internet service for $11 a month, more people will be on mobile devices than computers.

So, should mobile content be different from a desktop content? Why should it be different? Why should the mobile website be a limited version of the desktop version? For this you have to take into account the functionality of the website as well as the location and ways the user will engage with the mobile website. Just because the device is mobile that doesn’t mean that it’s always being used while walking down the street, in the car, or in line at the bank. Surprisingly 70% of people use their mobile device at home. Why limit the content of a mobile site? Why make the user get off their couch, go to the computer, turn it on…loading…, open the browser, type in a url, and search a page if they can do it from their couch? In studies when people don’t find or see the content they’re looking for on their mobile device they assume the content doesn’t exist.

http://www.startwithwhy.com/

http://www.jwtintelligence.com/

 

Road Trip: Just Click Play!

From digital to analog: I spent a few days on a farm without utilities and with total strangers. The most gratifying experience was unconsciously falling asleep at 3:00pm with boots on, in the middle of field, in the dirt, just because I was tired from physical work.