Be nice. Or else.
Hey can my team get trial access? This is a major problem that we havn't found a good solution to. I'd definitely push for it if it worked well for the team.
Webflow is good if you plan to use the front end code as is or build out your site on their platform.
If not I'd recommend Zeplin zeplin.io
I know what you are getting at.
For the example of material design, of course, they need it because they need to support all kinds of potential apps that will use their design framework.
Another aspect to this is that there are still users who feel the need to save. They don't trust the UI. This can be remedied by notifying the user of the status (Think gmail, saved as draft)
Dear all products that try to use icons for everything. Stop. I know localization is hard but so is trying to remember what 3 squares mean.
Compliments to the chef. :)
Its clear a lot of love and hard work was put into making it easy to use and beautiful.
Seriously. One of those "so good it makes me angry" type of designers.
Loved it! My only critique now having been back when you're not around is can seem very off putting to potential clients if thats the first interaction.
How about just a static version and then the live version is just bonus when its on.
P.S. You dropped this \
From some quick Googling:
Fewer than 10 percent of the 1.3 million legally blind people in the United States read Braille, and just 10 percent of blind children are learning it, according to a report to be released Thursday by the National Federation of the Blind. http://www.mlive.com/news/us-world/index.ssf/2009/03/fewer_than_10_percent_of_blind.html
I'm not sure if the design is THE solution, but its just a creative one that does a good job at blending the two. But your point brings up another question too: is the fact less and less blind people read Braille, is that a good thing or bad thing? Solutions like these might help increase that usage and improve their lives. I also wonder why there isn't digital braille alternatives. I know they are being worked on (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/413274/touch-screens-with-pop-up-buttons/) but I havn't seen anything yet in the market.
Ditto and I kept trying to figure out how it related to the content. Still not sure.
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