chris limbrick

NYC Digital Product Designer Joined about 7 years ago

  • 11 stories
  • Posted to Sites with 1px lines in the background, Nov 01, 2017

    Check out Andrew Ribeiro's site -

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  • Posted to Version Control, in reply to Maiken v V. , Aug 31, 2017

    Team of 4 here, and we have started this month using Abstract. We're currently creating a new style guide sketch file and its been extremely helpful! It's also really nice that we can see who does what work at what time, so it holds us accountable.

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  • Posted to How do you design super long forms?, in reply to Marc Olivier Lapierre , Aug 29, 2017

    Thanks for the links and opinion... I'm also not a fan of the floating labels and don't think it makes for effective complex and long forms. It's currently implemented at work and they're resistant to change so I'm trying to figure out how to improve the UX.

    I'm thinking the best way to go about the inputs with floating labels is to section off parts of the form where it makes sense (i.e. think filling out a job application.) The caution is trying to make the form as short as possible so it's believed by others that switching from having standard labels to floating labels, and making the form shorter, will improve the experience for these complex forms. I don't think that's the case, which is why I'm asking for others opinions. :-)

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  • Posted to Riangle - Portfolio, in reply to Ken Em , Jul 31, 2017

    Yup! It's pretty slow. I'm also on an 11" macbook air and since the site is in a frame, I can't see all the content since it doesn't fit on my screen.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Who wants to be hired? (June 2017), Jun 07, 2017

    Location: New York City

    Remote: Yes

    Relocate: No

    Skills: UX/Product Design and Front End Development


    Email: climbrick (at) protonmail (dot) com

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  • Posted to Off Topic: What is the best VPN Plan for Family use?, in reply to Raffaello Sanzio , Mar 29, 2017

    They also don't keep activity logs which is a bonus!

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  • Posted to Shantell Martin - by Anton & Irene, Mar 15, 2017

    Very cool! Looks like a more simplistic version of Cameron Limbrick's paintings with the hidden faces and animals.

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  • Posted to A CSS only slider (no JS), in reply to Rui Sereno , Jan 23, 2017

    Another point to add, using CSS like this is a great way to add interactivity for sites that have javascript disabled, i.e. .onion sites using the Tor Browser.

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  • Posted to Paper for Mac (Unofficial), in reply to John P , Jan 15, 2017

    How is Paper a flop?

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