Albert Ramirez

Product Designer at Stuart Joined about 6 years ago

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  • 28 upvotes
  • Posted to How do you manage copy in your products?, Apr 13, 2017

    Thanks to everyone :D

    0 points
  • Posted to How do you manage copy in your products?, in reply to Nicole G. , Apr 11, 2017

    cool :D

    Do you use this on designs also? Or is it just for production?

    0 points
  • Posted to Apple Music: Planet of the Apps, Feb 14, 2017

    Don't know why... but I was expecting some kind of small documentaries such as the Indie Game: The movie.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhaT78i1x2M

    1 point
  • Posted to Sketch 40, Sep 20, 2016

    Medium article explaining new changes:

    https://blog.sketchapp.com/improved-vector-editing-and-more-a7e21139e44e#.9usuh3isa

    9 points
  • Posted to Sketch app: Dark version, in reply to David Barker , Jan 22, 2016

    Yep... it looks like someone doesn't like criticism

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  • Posted to Sketch app: Dark version, in reply to Marc Edwards , Jan 22, 2016

    Good point ;)

    I've never thought about it in that way and it makes totally sense :)

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  • Posted to Sketch app: Dark version, in reply to Marc Edwards , Jan 21, 2016

    Usually designers work with dark icons, dark text... that will be hard to distinguish. Yeah, you can create an artboard to store all the stuff but it's not the same.

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  • Posted to Sketch app: Dark version, Jan 21, 2016

    As I said before someone deleted my comment in dribbble... The concept behind artboards is to use the infinite space it gives to us to store/design/do whatever we want... If we use dark interfaces it'll "help us to focus on the content" but we'll lose the possibility to design outside it.

    2 points
  • Posted to Mastering Sketch 3, Nov 28, 2015

    You forgot symbols!!!

    But a really good job explaining every little thing on Sketch. Talking about symbols... do you know that you could organize them by "categories" and "sub-categories"¿?

    For example, if you have an icon set and you want to separate sports icons from food icons you could use this (see the syntax below) when naming your symbol:

    Icons/Sports/Football or Icons/Food/Spaghetti

    And then if you go to insert/symbols you'll see that they were categorized. Really cool thing to know :D

    2 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Stitch — magic prototypes in Framer with no coding, Nov 12, 2015

    mmm... right now sketch use folders (if you know how) to organise symbols between categories and lists. But yeah, it'll be pretty nice to have some "symbol feature" to give some prototype properties to folders.

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