iterati design

iterati design

UX and stuff Joined over 4 years ago

  • 10 stories
  • 152 comments
  • 266 upvotes
  • Posted to Need Help choosing the right comment input design!!!! THX, Jul 13, 2020

    Interesting. I actually have no idea how to select a preferable option in usabilityhub. Should I click something? Comment here?

    0 points
  • Posted to This is the Most iOS design kit ever made by humans, May 11, 2020

    There's little more consistent on DN than Kamushken promoting their Figma kits here.

    0 points
  • Posted to So I was watching the Config 2020 livestream..., Feb 14, 2020

    Let's call it "A certain design tool, like Sketch but web-based"

    6 points
  • Posted to ECommerce Development Company in California, Feb 11, 2020

    SPAM

    This is not a podcast, why the badge?

    Your 4 last posts:

    • ECommerce Development Company in California (medium.com)
    • Top ECommerce Development Company in New York (medium.com)
    • Top 5 eCommerce Development Companies in 2020 (webcluesglobal.blogspot.com)
    • 8 Tips to Develop a Robust Website Design for Your Business (hackernoon.com)
    0 points
  • Posted to What did you read in 2019?, Jan 09, 2020

    Haven't read as much as in 2018, but among all Thinking, Fast and Slow was definitely the best.

    1 point
  • Posted to Question: Design System and Typography Limitations, Jan 08, 2020

    Don't build the product out of the DS, build the product first, extract and systematize everything you're using there.

    As Kemie said, start small. Don't overthink it, it'll never be perfect – in reality it's always messy.

    2 points
  • Posted to Adobe CTO says AI will ‘democratize’ creative tools, Jan 04, 2020

    For just $19.99 a month.

    11 points
  • Posted to When to decide your design career is over?, in reply to Bob Smith , Jan 03, 2020

    I'd definitely look for another PM job, maybe part-time while working where you're still at. There's always someone that would benefit from your skillset.

    Stepping out of comfort zone always pays off in the end.

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  • Posted to When to decide your design career is over?, Jan 03, 2020

    While I can't contribute, since I still design and plan to after 10 years, I wonder have you looked locally or remote as well? What is it you don't like about a PM role?

    As for PMs, many jobs differ greatly, I'd look for something that suits you. Wishing you the best!

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