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    We never possess time in the same way we possess the money in our wallets.

    Be patient, don’t give up, and always be learning.

Dec 28 2016

Moments – May 2016 ~ December 2016

  • May: You’re my sunshine
  • June: Goodbye C++
  • June: Goodbye summer
  • July: Goodbye Tony
  • August: Goodbye SFU
  • August: Goodbye Vivian, hello Leo
  • September: Hello FDU

I have to admit, I am finally too old to work over night.

Apr 13 2016

First Year in Vancouver

Last summer, I came to Vancouver BC to study for my second degree in computing science at SFU. Since then, I have been working part-time to support my study and life.

I gotta say it’s not easy at all, but I make it. At least, for the first year, everything works out as expected.

If i don't have class or don't need to go to the office, I'll work from the SFU library.

If i don’t have class or don’t need to go to the office, I’ll work from the SFU library.

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Jul 25 2015

Vancouver – Summer 2015

Vancouver is a nice, peaceful and diversified city.

The city is built in a delta area, facing the Pacific Sea, and surrounded by primeval forests and snow mountains. Its residents come from all over the world.

It’s the place I’ve always wanted to visit.

ST George's School, a private high school, one of the best in Vancouver.

ST George’s School, a private high school, one of the best in Vancouver.

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Jul 19 2015

I LITE WordPress Theme is Now Open Source

I LITE is a minimal WordPress theme that was designed with love.

I designed and created it on Feb 2011 when I first started to learn web design and development. So basically it’s the first and experimental project I’d worked out.

Feel free to fork it on Github.

Note:

MIT License (MIT) Copyright (c) [2015] [Vivian Alive]
A link(http://ilite.me) to this website is appreciated.

Article/post page

Article/post page

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Dec 28 2014

Website Work SOP at Dynamsoft

1. Receive task

  • Confirm the due date and requirements.
  • Create a new entry on Asana for the task.
  • Sort tasks by urgency. If uncertain, ask Rachel.

Asana, SourceAnywhere

2. Sketch

  • If it’s a large, complicated, or unassured work, start from paper.
  • Show and discuss the sketch with the task assigner and the team.

grid paper, pencil

3. Design

  • Rule No.1, maintain the consistency of typography and color.
  • Is the new font or color really indispensable?
  • Will the new font or color be used elsewhere?
  • Can the average monitors reproduce the colors as expected?
  • Does the visual effect worth extra codes to implement?

style guide, photoshop, ColorSnapper

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