💖 Wedding Timeline 💖

  • 🕗

    8 am

    Get Ready


    Get Hair and Makeup done

    Prepare Dress & Suit

    Pack Wedding Emergency Kit

  • 🕘

    9 am

    Photos


    Group photos with the bride and groom

  • 🕛

    12 pm

    Limo to Venue


    Our rides will make our way to the chapel 12pm sharp!

  • 🕐

    1 pm

    Ceremony


    Service will be around an hour long

  • 🕑

    2 pm

    Photos


    Another round of photos with guest & family members

  • 🕓

    4 pm

    Reception


    Dinner will be at Mama’s Basement

  • 🕕

    6 pm

    Dance!


    Party the nigh away

Work Experience Timeline

  • Sep. 2010 - Now

    Company A

    Senior UX Designer

  • Aug. 2009 - Aug. 2010

    Company B

    Jr. UX Designer

  • Apr. 2006 - Dec. 2008

    Company C

    Jr. Front-End Developer

  • Feb. 2005 - Jan. 2006

    Company D

    Jr. Front-End Developer

History of Popular Social Media Platforms

  • 2002 - LinkedIn

    A business and employment oriented social networking service that operates via website and mobile apps

  • 2004 - Facebook

    An online social media and social networking service based in California

  • 2005 - YouTube

    First large scale video sharing website that makes it easy to watch videos online

  • 2006 - Twitter

    A service for friends, family and co-workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent messages

  • 2007 - Tumblr

    Lets you effortlessly share anything post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos from your browser, phone, desktop, email

  • 2010 - Instagram

    The home for visual storytelling for everyone from celebrities, news rooms and brands, to teens, musicians and everyone with a creative passion

  • 2010 - Pinterest

    A visual book marking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas

8 Week Sprint

  • Understand

    Gather existing knowledge about the subject

  • Diverge

    Read about all possible related topics

  • Converge

    Analyze all the research in past two weeks and plan the initial prototype

  • Prototyping

    Build a quick and dirty prototype

  • Testing

    Test the prototype for any errors

  • Reiteration

    Make adjustments to prototype and prepare for beta test

  • Review

    Review the beta test result and build the final prototype

  • Finalize

    Make final adjustments and release the prototype for expert analysis

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