As many of you know, I just released the very large and significant update to Desk App, now version 3.
I really love decorative initials, also known as “drop cap” in other writing parlance and Medium.com clearly allows this type of ornamentation in their native editor.
Clearly, I wanted to have this type of experience in my new native macOS writing app, mnml. Sadly, this doesn’t appear to be possible (at least for now):
I’m putting the final pieces together for the first release of mnml app, a native macOS writing client for Medium.com and things are moving a bit slower than I had originally planned.
I’ve been silently working on it and I’m getting very close to putting the final touches on it. But, first I’d love to get your feedback on some of the logo and brand icon designs that I’ve put together:
I’m putting together a new Medium Publication for my “Medium + macOS” project, codename mnml, and I was very excited to create a custom domain for the blog.
This is natural as I’m building a native desktop client for Medium…! Sadly, I was told that the TLD (“Top Level Domain”) that I’m using is not compatible with their SSL partner, Comodo (I believe I got this right).
Love Medium.com? Yeah. So do I.
In fact, one of my projects has used Medium.com as the primary blog and communication channel for the entire project (you can see that here) and I also have been cross-posting blog posts here on my personal blog to my Medium account (you can follow and subscribe here).