Notes from the Edge of Panic
Field notes from eight months of working, living, and leading this year. When to spend less time, why we’re all mental and emotional lefties right now, the unscratchable itch, and more.
The Secret to Creative Work
When it comes to creative work, why is it so hard to get down to business? In this blog post, Justin shares what he's learned about productivity in creative work over the last 10 or so years.
Mark Johnson on Side Projects
Coffee Walks is a new and ongoing interview show from the Pathwright team. Mark Johnson discusses the importance of side projects in his own life and the Pathwright team.
The 3 Phases of Design Every Project Encounters
You can probably design your way to any outcome. But let’s compare coffee and little kids to see.
5 Reasons Why We Work in 6-Week Cycles
We couldn't get away from the feeling that we were running on a treadmill we had no way of switching off or even slowing down. Recovering a more natural rhythm of work and rest humans are wired for, here are five benefits of working in 6-week cycles that we can't do without.
What If You Didn't Have to Pay a Designer?
I’m a graphic designer. That’s why it’s weird for me to say that, when you use Pathwright, you probably won’t have to pay someone like me.
Multiply the Power of Your Pathwright Account With Zapier
We sometimes get asked if Pathwright plays friendly with other apps. The answer is a resounding "yes" because of a really cool tool called Zapier...
3 Ways to Expand How You Use Pathwright
Part three of our three part Guidance series from Laurie. Integrate your account with other powerful tools...
3 Ways to Market Your Course that You May Be Missing
Part two of our three part Guidance series from Laurie. Make your best course pitch page...
3 Things You Didn't Know Pathwright Could Do
This is part one of a three part series in which Laurie, our Guidance Expert, shares Pathwright’s subtle superpowers and hidden features you might have missed.
What's On the Roadmap?
There are – and always will be – hundreds of features that we could build but haven't. If you’ve ever wondered about how we prioritize what to build, well…
Running often is not a comfortable choice. Yet almost every day, I find myself hitting the trail for a run even though it’s much easier to do practically anything else.
How to Reach Your Goal Every Week
Whether you’re wrangling your team to reach a milestone this week or psyching yourself up to launch your course this month, you can ride the primo wave of a supportive process to get there.
The Echolocation of Design
There’s a commonality for designers, whether a product designer or a teacher designing a course. It’s this: Sometimes, even though you know what you want to accomplish, you don’t know how to get there.