I think...

To be honest I probably think too much. But I think it is important to put thoughts behind ideas and give them the chance to magnify and grow. A great idea will hit me like a freight train often at the most unexpected times demanding to be pursued. An idea can make a person extremely valuable but what about the formation of ideas? That person will be an asset indefinitely.

I plan...

Sketch. Scribble. Sketch. Scribble. There is an important aspect of design that happens on paper in the planning stages. Somehow that amazing idea you formed goes through drastic changes the minute it gets put on paper. It is something about seeing it for the first time that solidifies the visual specifics. But planning works out kinks and problems and above all it documents. An idea doesn't have to be lost.

I code...

An artistic person who can code? Whodathunk? It's an amazing feat, I know, but it brings a style and flair that most programmers lack. I feel like I not only master the logical and puzzle part of programming but I bring a strong graphics and visual background into the task. I'm passionate about good design and user experiences and I strive to build better products with my valuable knowledge.