Eduardo Osorio

Eduardo Osorio

Designer at HolidayCheck GmbH Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to Delightful UX Detail in Google Translate, Jan 28, 2019

    I love how Translate is constantly being improved, the conversation feature is awesome. Super helpful app for expats, can't think about my life in Germany without this thing around.

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  • Posted to Bookmark this in case you’ll ever date a designer or a developer. Thank me later., in reply to Stuart McCoy , Jan 28, 2019

    please!, that's super annoying. was trying to go back one level and realized every scroll step is a new page :|

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  • Posted to One app that digitize your whole business process, Sep 18, 2018

    I'm also not sure if I would like to work for a company that uses this kind of solution. It seems really wrong. Anyway, when I open your landing page I've got THREE OVERLAYS! Google Chrome asking for location (why do you want that?) a chat on the right bottom side and a review widget on the bottom left. Your visual design is already cluttered, I definitely recommend you to reduce your visual overload, and maybe rethink a bit your product strategy

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  • Posted to What backpack are you rocking?, Jul 19, 2018

    Mine is a Pinqponq Cubik - A good utilitarian backpack for remote working. Aside the modern look, it's made out of recyclable pet bottles, which makes it even cooler. Definitely recommend it :)


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  • Posted to For remote workers in agile teams: how do your team do retros?, Jan 29, 2018

    [Retrium]( is a really good tool. Been using for some time and it really ties the team together.

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  • Posted to Abstract, in reply to Cory Malnarick , Jul 12, 2017

    I'm also waiting for a git design solution that runs locally. Saving documents in an unmanaged cloud it's a no go for a lot of big companies afaik.

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  • Posted to May 1 Reboot Gallery, May 01, 2017

    Contact card approach. Simple and clean, so I didn't miss the date for a reboot :)

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  • Posted to Sketch 43 Web Viewer - Drop a Sketch file in the browser, Mar 30, 2017

    Nice! I'm really waiting for a sketch file comparison tool, maybe built on top of git. Do you have plans to evolve to something like that?

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