Chris Doner

Chris Doner

St. Louis Senior UX Designer @ ForeSee Joined over 9 years ago Chris has invited Christian Fricke

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  • Posted to Product/UX Design Case Study: Custom Dashboards, Aug 23, 2018

    Hey, I just finished writing a case study for this project I've been working on for the last year or so. Fair warning it's a longer read (11min), but if you're into learning about other designers' process you may find it helpful. I hope you like it! Please feel free to leave any thoughts or feedback. Thanks!

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  • Posted to Figma For Beginners - A Free Bite Sized Design Course, Aug 21, 2018

    Nice. I am considering creating my own course on something actually. The site looks great. One thing it is missing is some sort of about page (maybe FAQ or something too?). I want to know the story behind this site/course: who is it, why they built it, etc. Without any semblance of that it makes it a little harder to "trust". Anyway, nice work :)

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  • Posted to AMA: Jake Knapp, Design Partner at GV/Author of SPRINT, May 26, 2016

    Hey Jake! Big fan of the design sprint process - we even did a mini-sprint ourselves and it was great! We want to utilize this more, but the biggest issue is just being able to schedule and allocate this much time (5days) to one sprint. It is nearly impossible to get that much time from some of our executive/directors let alone from our design / PM team. We are in the midst of launching a huge product this fall so maybe time will open up some in the future but I believe this will always be a challenge for us.

    I'm curious if you have any advice for us. We would love to have this level of focus but it is just so difficult to pull people away for this much time. Could a smaller group suffice? Maybe one designer, dev, PM, etc. Instead of a large group? Let me know what you recommend for us and thanks again for doing this :)

    -Chris Doner

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  • Posted to Bing Has a New Logo Design for 2016, Jan 15, 2016

    I think that they're just trying to connect it to the rest of their brand a bit better. Trying to match:

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  • Posted to Design Disruptors from InVision, Sep 30, 2015

    Can't lie.. this looks pretty amazing :)

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  • Posted to Designer List, in reply to Robert Williams , Sep 16, 2015

    Agreed. The only anyone will see you is if you have enough <3's... I could see something like this totally having value, but right now it doesn't have much value (why not just filter dribblers by location?) I'm very curious about what the goal/purpose of this is.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Share one quick thing you have learned from real-world experience, in reply to Daniel Golden , Aug 20, 2015


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  • Posted to Disappointing Mailbox update. Looking for new Mail client!, in reply to Marcel Wichmann , Aug 19, 2015

    Airmail is hands down the best option I've came across. I installed the Mailbox Beta and it lasted all but 5mins before I switched back to Airmail.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Share one quick thing you have learned from real-world experience, Aug 19, 2015

    Another one that I've learned, specifically for web/app design; Make your designs nimble and easy to edit/adjust down the road. Things always seem to change and the easier it is to add to and adjust your existing design the better. I've screwed myself a couple of times in the past by not keeping this in mind.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Share one quick thing you have learned from real-world experience, in reply to Darren Moten , Aug 19, 2015

    What kinds of apps do you use for organizing your catalog... I haven't found anything that has worked for me yet.. especially when it comes to creating an inspiration collection. Right now I mostly just use buckets on dribbble

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