👋 Oi, mga repapips, Brian Dys here! I love music, photography, and creative stuff like UX design and art. This is a place where I collect my thoughts and works. Apart all these, I’m Jaycelle’s better half and Bryce’s dad. 🥰
This is just what we need for government websites in Philippines – web design standards:
Once and for all, stop thinking too much when you write. Pages and pages of ideas pass you by as you think too much. Write, just write.
Let this be a sketchpad wherein raw ideas – instead of getting drawn – get serialized into a whole that might make sense. To you, to me and anyone in between.
My name is Dys – the lead designer of DYS design studio. Our power is in designing user interfaces for the web.
In here you might find stuff about the design process, front-end development and WordPress. And some of the tools that I use to make things happen.
Please bear with me if everything in here is a work in progress, open to debate and unassuming & unapologetic at the same time.
Commenting is disabled.
24 August 2015
UX Week, SF
Being here in SF opens up my mind towards wanting a higher goal for my career. Do I really want to be in a developed country? What’s the higher goal? Well it’s more of for myself really – to worry less about the mundane things that the government fails to take care of like infrastructure and other stuff. I can’t pinpoint exactly. It’s like I know that I’m most needed in my country but it’s true that it’s a long way to go. I want my family not to experience these hardships. I don’t know. I need to talk to my partner about this.
7 July 2014
Non-immigrant. Tourist. Business and pleasure. I will be attending a user experience (UX) event in California so I applied for a US Visa.
It’s my first time by the way, so everything was quite a surprise – both fascinating and a grand test of patience.