Hrag Chanchanian

Hrag Chanchanian

Designer & Engineer @ WiFast. Bay Area, CA Joined over 9 years ago via an invitation from Kelly S. Hrag has invited

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  • Posted to At a bit of a crossroads..., Jul 10, 2017

    Hey man,

    If you're skilled in both, there are definitely opportunities out there that give you the best of both worlds. I've been designing and coding at virtually all of my roles at companies, and most of it has been on the product side... I feel like it's more common at smaller companies though.

    I've been at this crossroads before. If you're anything like me, you'll miss coding after a long bout of designing, and vise-versa.

    Either way, best of luck and remember to always try and do stuff you truly enjoy.

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  • Posted to The New Dark Sky, Jan 28, 2014

    I've had this app from the get-go and I'm way more pleased with this design.

    I'm into the hand-holding going on with the bounces and whatnot.

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  • Posted to Beautifully designed credit card form, in reply to Murat Mutlu , Aug 02, 2013

    I totally agree. Really love Stripe's experience and visuals.

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  • Posted to Official Dribbble meetup hosted by Dropbox, Jul 19, 2013

    Is it just me or is this also broken for everyone else? I can see the page (looks great), but after trying to sign up etc, I get errors. The site is a bit sluggish in general.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What do you *love* about iOS7?, Jun 11, 2013

    That parallax wallpaper stuff. Into it.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Sooooo… iOS 7. Thoughts?, Jun 10, 2013

    I really like it. Definitely easier on the eyes. The interactions look great too. Feels like there's a bit of fine-tuning going on as far as experience goes. Can always appreciate that.

    The changes are a nice group of additions and improvements to an already pretty sweet mobile operating system. This ought to tran$late well.

    Can't agree with the "Flat for the sake of flat" comment though. Flat design tends to look pretty good if done correctly. I'm glad a company as big as Apple has the humility to recognize something like that.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Are frameworks killing creativity?, in reply to Ian Goode , May 17, 2013

    Agreed. They're totally nice to have. For developers who aren't all that design savvy, It's a big help in getting something that looks and feels pretty good out there. Better way to get their ideas (which could be fairly complex to begin with) out there and make them more easily digestible via a better interface.

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