Re: building features with AI. I feel like being cautious with generative, sometimes hallucinatory, AI in customer facing applications is wise. That’s why Smart Resumes are designed as an assistant that uses smart suggestions to help you pick, but allows you to override and select the best experience if you disagree. You’re always in the driver’s seat.

Smart Resume Walkthrough

There’s also a video that explains and demonstrates Smart Resumes. This was a lot of fun to put together. It’s good to flex old motion design and video production muscles.

Today the first Career Minder AI backed feature launched, Smart Resumes. Here’s what it does: builds a resume for by matching what from your work experience is most relevant to a job description. This way, you can have tailored resumes for every job you apply to. Here’s a blog post explaining the feature.

CSS is so good these days. Just figured out that you can use media queries to detect whether a PWA is running in standalone mode and act accordingly without resorting to JS. We have it so good compared to what it was even a few years ago.

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