These wallpapers were up on my blog before I moved things from WordPress to Tumblr — they were lost in the move — and I’ve now finally got all the links sorted out and you can download any of the resolutions for various devices below;
320 x 630 (iPhone)
640 x 960 (iPhone 4, 4S)
640 x 1136 (iPhone 5, 5C, 5S)
1024 x 1024 (iPad)
2024 x 2024 (iPad 4, Air)
1024 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 1024
1366 x 768
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1200
2560 x 1440
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be making a few more wallpapers from my portfolio of alternative movie posters and movie cars.
12th of July, 2014. 2:09pm
A response to Email is not your job; https://medium.com/life-tips/8040f6cad45e
I’ve noticed a lot of blog posts, articles — even services and apps — trying to get us away from our email inboxes, trying to tell us that time spent writing and responding to messages is taking us away from our real work. I’m all up for time saving tips and ideas on how to use email more efficiently, but giving people the idea that emails aren’t important isn’t right!
I work in a company where emails trigger the work we do, email is how we receive 95% of our orders from customers (the rest are by phone, post and clients calling into the studio), without email I don’t have any work to do, yes I could sit around the studio and work on my own projects and make use of the equipment, but that wouldn’t bring in much money for the company that pays me.
Every day I could have a conflict hanging over my head at work; do I check and respond to my emails or do I print the orders I have sitting here in front of me. Every day I do both, they’re both important. I don’t multitask, I set enough time during my day to complete each role of my job. I make sure all important orders are printed first and if I have time I work through as much of my secondary list as possible. And then it’s on to my emails, I make sure I leave enough time at the end of the day — usually about an hour — to respond to each and every message in my inbox before I go home, because that’s what they deserve. Each email is a communication from another person — a customer or a potential one — either wanting my help and an answer to a question that’s important to them (who am I to say it’s not important and it can wait a few days) or it’s an order from a customer who wants to employ us and spend their money with us - that’s a honour, they chose us - so I’m going to treat that with the respect it deserves and reply to their email. Sometimes it is just a quick thank you, one that takes 20 seconds, other replies take a few minutes, but I know that more often than not, my reply is appreciated. I’ve lost count of the amount of times people thank me for coming back to them quickly, many seem a little surprised by it; “wow, thanks for the quick response”. My replies aren’t within minutes of their original message, they’re usually within 24 hours.
Are peoples’s expectations of a timely reply to an email that low?
Email is my job and I make time for it during my day. If you believe email isn’t your job, then employ an assistant and make it their job on your behalf.
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