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  • Darth BaneDarth Bane, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    Too bad he didn't learn about putting a fixed width on divs! ;)

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    EDIT: ...and I failed in trying to point out someone else's fail.

    Karma.

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  • Luchia BloomfieldLuchia Bloomfield, almost 6 years ago

    Fantastic post, Joshua and what an experience.

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  • alec salec s, almost 6 years ago

    Miss you buddy <3

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  • Colm TuiteColm Tuite, almost 6 years ago

    Great post Joshua, really well written!

    Could you clarify what you mean by point #2? I break most of my work up into modular components, even micro-components. I know lots of designers who work that way too. It doesn't seem to be something exclusive to large companies?

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    • Joshua Sortino, almost 6 years ago

      Then you might be able to appreciate what I mean! I do believe there are varying degrees of understanding the principles of modular design. I think this can be most-understood and appreciated when working on a large social product.

      Social products of the modern web have become inherently modular, to the nth degree. (Meta data makes up profiles cards which make up a community list, etc...)

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      • Colm TuiteColm Tuite, almost 6 years ago

        Ah ok, I see.

        Right now we see a lot of designers approaching design in a traditional way. They design a full page at hi-fidelity with hi-res assets. I'm curious, do you think in the near future, we will see a move away from that approach toward a more modular approach, where designers would focus on perfecting modular components, rather than perfecting pages?

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  • Henrique Alves, almost 6 years ago

    Nice one Joshua! Love the #8.

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