Work Visualized: Before and After Covid

My attempt to succinctly sum up the massive changes that have taken place.
Dec | 3 | 2021

Dec | 3 | 2021

It has been fascinating to watch the popularization of icons in web design over the last decade or so. On a personal level, I’m finding all sorts of ways to incorporate them into my sites.

Against that backdrop, here’s an insanely oversimplified version of our work lives before and after COVID-19.

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