Where do the old designers go?

During my morning perusal of the internet, where I enjoy a coffee and the silence of an empty office, I came across a post on Designer News, asking the age old question; "Where do designers see themselves when they get older?"

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Tom Wood
Apple and the Choice Problem

In 1997 Steve Jobs returned to Apple. His second stint was more successful than anyone would ever have expected, and his legacy is so strong that his shadow still looms large. The list of his achievements is long and well documented, but possibly the most important choice was one of his first; to reduce the product line by 70%. 

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Tom Wood
122 Leadenhall Street

On Monday morning I had the lucky opportunity to attend a meeting on the 30th floor of 122 Leadenhall. Commonly referred to as the Cheesegrater this building is the fourth tallest in London (235 metres tall), only marginally behind the Heron Tower.

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Tom Woodlondon, design
Why you should Pomodoro

How do you work on your time management? Until recently I thought the best way to get work done was to put my headphones on, and multi-task like a fool for hours straight. I would come out the other side all bleary eyed. But hey, I had done ork, right? 

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Tom Wood