Agusti Fernandez

Agusti Fernandez

Learner Joined over 8 years ago

  • 5 stories
  • 35 comments
  • 20 upvotes
  • Posted to Is Design Bound to Get Cheaper?, Feb 14, 2015

    I just left my remarks to Khoi and I thought on posting it here too:

    Hi Khoi, do you realize that the price you paid for that work, is possible because of the nature of the license, aka, not exclusive? It's certainly not about the lack of western creators, but the fact that a lot of people will pay those 50$ in order to be able to use the same template, making the same volume (or some times, a hefty bonus more) of revenue for the creator, than a freelance gig would ever do.

    0 points
  • Posted to Can Sketch or Affinity designer replace Adobe Illustrator?, in reply to Vince Angeloni , Oct 15, 2014

    I would recommend Trying Affinity, does a lot better job on the performance and vector department. Zooming is beautiful!

    2 points
  • Posted to Show DN: DN Paper - a customizable Designer News client for iPad and iPhone, in reply to Shaun Tollerton , Oct 09, 2014

    Lol I began doing that last monday. It really fucks apps that have night mode implemented. Like Redd or GoodTask.

    It's pretty funny would be cool if it took screencaps with inverted colors.

    0 points
  • Posted to Show DN: DN Paper - a customizable Designer News client for iPad and iPhone, in reply to Luís Silva , Oct 09, 2014

    I just bought it. Comments it's a great user acquisition tool for the small growth hacker.

    1 point
  • Posted to Leica T extended review — Minimally Minimal, in reply to Jodi Warren , Oct 05, 2014

    I've to ask, Why not?

    If one feels identified with Kim's reasoning, and has the money, what should them buy?

    I mean I loved the photos the dude made with the RX1, but even him is saying there was a lot more tweaking on Lightroom to get that look, and that with the Leica T, he kinda got it from the camera, not post-processing.

    If someone wants something 'easy', that makes beautiful photos like the ones shown by Kim, and is OK or sees even as a feature the lack of 'pro' options, and has the money, what should him buy?

    Thanks!

    1 point
  • Posted to Flamingo for Mac is looking for a new home, Oct 01, 2014

    Standards

    4 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: How will you design for the various iPhone resolutions?, in reply to Marc Edwards , Sep 11, 2014

    Hey Marc, I am curious about one tidbit you said.

    (using actions for those purposes).

    Are you wokring on PS, or is there some kind of similar thing for Sketch?

    Thanks for all the knowledge you're sharing!

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: How will you design for the various iPhone resolutions?, in reply to Nicola Armellini , Sep 11, 2014

    That's fine if your app only works with iPhone 4 and newer models.

    But it's always beneficial to design in 'actual' Xcode points, when you're working closely with development, it makes it a little easier to actually translate the design to code if you have the sizes already in the metric you've to input them.

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