WWDC 2017 Wrap Up

Maia Olson Blog, Photos, Public Appearances, Smileworthy

Smile made its way to WWDC again this year, moving with Apple’s change of venue from foggy SF to sunny San Jose. While the location may have been different, the bedecked buildings, faces and coffee shops were all the same. (Coffee shop = lots of). Shout out to the Social Policy coffee shop for over-taking the typical WWDC Hallway track …

Smileworthy: Keyboard Maestro

Maia Olson Blog, Smileworthy

Keyboard Maestro, currently developed by Australian team Stairways Software, is a great tool for Mac automation. If you want to skip some steps when performing repeated tasks on your Mac, check out Keyboard Maestro. Here’s what some of our team has to say about it. I spend most of my day on my Mac, both for work and fun, and …

Measuring the Power of Teamwork with TextExpander.com’s New Organization Stats

Greg Scown Blog, Smileworthy, TextExpander

TextExpander is our favorite tool for sharing “snippets” of information which can be easily added to any message sent out by our team, and the same is true for many other companies. When you have a whole team running on the same TextExpander snippet groups, it has many benefits: everyone has the best wording; any changes to information update for …

Smileworthy: Podcasts

Philip Blog, Smileworthy

We love podcasts (mostly while commuting, or cooking dinner, or eating breakfast. Maybe while exercising? When do you consume podcasts, we wanna know?) Such an entertaining, informative, and helpful part of the Mac community, we seek out new podcasts to listen to all the time. Sometimes we like them so much we sponsor them, as with all of the following. …

Smile Goes to Yosemite (The Conference)

Philip Blog, Photos, Podcasts, Public Appearances, Smileworthy

(Or, Way Too Many Smileworthy Things In One Blog Post) Last week Smile was proud to sponsor Yosemite by CocoaConf. Not just an excuse for us to make our own Yosemite desktop art, this intimate get-together featured speakers from the world of development and design, relating valuable learned life experiences. (Need help dealing with burnout? How about tips on programming …