Embracing the Flow

I’ve been dealing with a bunch of communications shifts among the various groups with which I work as of late. As I watch people struggle with these transitions it’s got me considering how embracing the idea of a workflow is actually more important then mastering any one communication tool. A workflow oriented mentality works, essentially,…

Changing Workflow

Ever since I first acquired my 12.9 inch iPad Pro in August, it’s become my computing device of choice. I still use my Retina MacBook Pro, but often for the purposes of “finishing” tasks 1 or “heavy lifting” 2. Most of my daily work can be done on my iPad Pro. It’s faster, quieter, and…

Workflow Fun

In my Saturday post I described a blogging workflow I created to use with iOS Scrivener. It’s been most helpful, and I’ve even created a version of that extension which adds the default introduction for my fiction Tuesday posts. I can’t wait to test it out this week! Workflow is one of those apps which…

Blogging Workflow

Shortly after iOS Scrivener was released I wrote a post about blogging with the application. I’ve written several posts from start to finish on my iPad since then, and the process of opening up the exported text in another app, copying it, and pasting it into WordPress worked “fine.” After bringing it into WordPress, however,…

Let the Workflow

Last month I reviewed an excellent iOS app by the name of Workflow. In that post I demonstrated a way to create a multi-item clipboard using Evernote, and mused about exploring the app more in the future. This past week an update was released for Workflow, so I decided to delve in once more. My…