Jeremy Olson

Jeremy Olson

Joined about 10 years ago via an invitation from Marc E.

  • 14 stories
  • Posted to Design Critique Log using Coda + Figma, Oct 18, 2018

    Coda, the startup I work for, just launched packs. It is a way to pull in and push out all kinds of data from external services.

    Since Figma is one of our first packs, I thought I'd build a critique log that our team could use to get quick feedback on stuff in Figma without a formal review meeting. I designed it to be super easy to see the things you haven't reviewed yet so you can make sure to give timely feedback.

    Because it is connected to the Figma pack, you can just copy and paste in the Figma link for the thing you want feedback on, generating a live preview and a link for folks to check out the full design. Internally this doc has been great for our product team to stay connected as we work on our different projects so thought I'd post it here.

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  • Posted to Remember to say what you like, Jun 01, 2018

    Especially when working with a bunch of smart people I think this is really easy to forget.

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  • Posted to Coda — It’s a new day for docs, in reply to dave f , Oct 21, 2017

    Great point!

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  • Posted to Coda — It’s a new day for docs, in reply to Craig Garner , Oct 20, 2017

    Thanks! Wish I could take credit for the copy. Worked with our awesome writer, Laura Tsunoda on that.

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  • Posted to Coda — It’s a new day for docs, Oct 19, 2017

    Hey, thanks for posting Maxwell! Super excited to finally be able to talk about this. I worked on the website so if you have feedback, would love to hear it!

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  • Posted to "Dear Tim Cook", in reply to Nic Trent , Mar 24, 2016

    I think my comment got deleted when you deleted yours but as Zoe's brother I saw the whole thing unfold and that post is the result of pure, uncontaminated joy. I know that's sometimes hard for the internet to take but we need it every once in a while. Technology can empower young people and this is a great example of that.

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  • Posted to Hours 2.0 (iOS and web time tracking), in reply to David Darnes , Mar 05, 2016

    Hey David, thanks ! Integrations / API are a big part of our future but we don't have them yet. Right now you can export data via CSV.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How do you track your time?, in reply to Courtney ⭐️ , Nov 04, 2014

    Thanks for the recommendation Courtney! Really appreciate it. Would love to talk to you and others at Savvy Apps about beta testing and giving feedback on our web / team version. I'll send Ken a note about it.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How do you track your time?, in reply to Taron Ghazaryan , Nov 04, 2014

    Hey Taron,

    I'm the founder of Tapity, the company behind Hours. Would love to chat with you sometime about the things in Hours that you found frustrating. We think we have a pretty good starting point but we realize we have a long way to go so we would love to talk to you about it. We of course use it ourselves and have found it really helpful but we have also run into issues with it that we need to work on.

    Mind sending me and email so we can set something up?

    Jeremy at

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