Mark Vogelaar

Art Director & Blogger at Joined over 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Cost To Build A Taxi App Like Uber?, in reply to khushbu muchhadiya , Nov 07, 2020

    yes. But the title is clearly about the Uber app :)

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  • Posted to Cost To Build A Taxi App Like Uber?, Nov 02, 2020

    Im pretty sure the Uber app costs a lot more than the 5 - 150k mentioned in the page. I'm guessing 500k+?

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  • Posted to 7 Practical Tips for Better Microcopy, Aug 27, 2020

    Good tips :) Do you also have any research to back this up?

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  • Posted to opened for public-beta!, in reply to Matt K , Aug 14, 2020

    Agree, $1 would be considerable. But considering that he/she does not know what content I like, I doubt if this solution is going to work for the 'getting lost in the world wide web' issue.

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  • Posted to Minimal Notepad, Aug 13, 2020

    Awesome :)

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  • Posted to The importance of aesthetics in Product Design, Aug 13, 2020

    Interesting struggle: I ran into this as well and wrote something about it, but from a completely different perspective. Perhaps it might help with your conversions with your CEO.

    This finding I found particular interesting.

    "One example is the architectural trend we saw during the 1960s. Where we made a lot of living space with a purely functional approach in mind. Where we deemed it more important that something functioned than how it looked. This partly makes sense because of World War II, but the trend never stopped. An image above of the result. Another result is that we had to tear these buildings down after some years because nobody wanted to live in them. Funny, because they had only one function; for people to live in them anymore. And the only thing these buildings where suppose to do: they didn’t. This is a great example of functionalism, where Roger Scruton famously said: “The functionalism did not function”. And why do we want to live in the carefully designed buildings? They simple make us feel better."

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  • Posted to opened for public-beta!, Aug 13, 2020

    So whats different between Designernews and Mastermind?

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  • Posted to The Fastest Navigation Layout for a Three-Level Menu, Aug 06, 2020

    The research is from 2004. So a bit outdated I think. I wonder if it applies to modern everyday webshops, who almost all use a different navigation.

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  • Posted to Can you review my website?, in reply to Koos Looijesteijn , Aug 06, 2020

    Awesome honest feedback. Thanks a lot :)

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  • Posted to Tabbs - quick switcher for Chrome, Aug 06, 2020

    Looks nice, but i dont get it to be honest. What does it do?

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