此项目隶属 CC-BY-NC 协议，不进行商业使用 -------------------------- We had been on a long journey but it was lost in the bits. There's a stage in a product cycle where you know it’s going to ship. Where you can see the end. It's right there, sitting at the corner of Emerson St. and University Ave. Or maybe sipping coffee at Fraiche. Oh, hello, it waves — there. In front of you. The End. (Or, An End.) And seeing this puts you in a special space that when you think about it — think about all the work that it took the team to get there, to bring that end so close — you are overwhelmed with a flood of emotions. It was November 2011 when we arrived at that point. Soon there would be an app in the Apple iOS App Store — something representing the top slice of tremendous work. But that version 1.0 … how long would it last? How long before version 1.1 and 1.2? 2.0? Before we couldn’t even remember how 1.0 worked or what the path there looked like? I became curious. What had we created? Poking around, I found: 997 design comps in a shared folder, 9,695 git commits, a bundle of notebooks full of sketches, and dozens of photographs from launch night. And so I asked myself a simple question: What does that weigh?