Every once in a while, someone will ask me what I use to do what I do. Rather than answering the question in detail each time, I created this page to easily show off the different tools I use to do work.
Software to Work
Podia is the cornerstone of my business. It's where I host my courses, manage customers, work the email list, accept payments, and built this site. If you want to check it out for yourself, click here!
I use Miro for collaborative brain storming, demonstrating flows and processes, and tossing stuff that doesn't fit cleanly in Trello.
Figma gets the nod for any custom design work I need to do. I know it well enough to be dangerous :)
OneNote (on my iPad) is my go to for personal notetaking, doodling, and brainstorming when I need a more fluid input mechanism than a keyboard.
Like it or not, I spend most of my waking hours on Zoom. It's good at what it does.
I live by my calendar, but figuring out how to move things around is taxing. Calendly saves me all the hassle.
Tools to Build
Bubble is how I've been building web applications without code since 2015.
I've been using Carrd for static landing pages...basically any web content that isn't getting updated frequently or relying on data connections.
I'm currently exploring Wappler for some of my future application builds. Powerful, but steep learning curve compared to Bubble.
Trello houses all my project backlogs. My set up is real simple and will likely be the topic of an upcoming Quick Bite.
Steelcase Think mesh back chair. I got it from Amazon and while I like it, I need a taller model to really *love* it. I'll spring for the stool next time, or if someone knows of a chair that will keep my butt 25" off the ground, let me know!