David Roessli (@roessli)

Geneva, Switzerland

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @roessli ever

March 15th, 2016

As much as I love indian food, I hate taking its smell back home with me…

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@NerdyBirdySteph thankxx 😊Would love to attend and catch dos for your design@elisabethirgethirg

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RT @markodugonjic: The most important language is not a programming language, but our natural language. @heydonworks #smashingconf

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Indian splurge after an exciting 1st day (@ Jee Seheb in Oxford, Oxfordshire) swarmapp.com/c/73kdRE7t1WJ

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I never realised you could use the head element of a document to style elements of its body Tks @vasilis !

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Looking for nasty dirty tricks (aka creative)? “Just look at Chinese of Japanese websitesc@smashingmaggmag

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Remember that “Users aren’t stupid, they are just humn@shiflettiflett

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Enjoying everybit of this 3rd ed of @ Oxford Town Hall instagram.com/p/BC-h1NsJsPc/

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Be careful to only push the critical resources @patrickhamann

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Ordering “Thinking in systems” and “A pattern language” after @craftui’s talk pic.twitter.com/SIHzbo4bf6

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Insightful + inspiring talk on design systems by @craftui at Spiked my curiousity and got me thinking differently - tks!

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“Design patterns can be damaged through the use of stylistic rules”@craftuifconf

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“My job was not to know everything, it was to be more curious about everything” —Matthew S@aarronaarrngconf

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Yay! Good to be back at /@smashingconf (@ Oxford Town Hall in Oxford, Oxfordshire) swarmapp.com/c/iVn8rDuvt1K

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