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Jonathan Shariat

Jonathan Shariat

Mountain View, CA Designer @Intuit | Author @O'Reilly | Podcaster @DesignReview Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Jim S. Jonathan has invited Leban Hyde

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  • Posted to Tapwater - Home for your Projects, in reply to Jonathan Simcoe , Nov 23, 2017

    I wrote it poorly but I mean it as a compliment. I'm so glad he included screenshots!

    0 points
  • Posted to Tapwater - Home for your Projects, in reply to Ian Williams , Nov 23, 2017

    Sorry, I actually meant that you DID do it right by including screenshots. It was suppose to be a compliment haha.

    But reading the other comments I can see how people would want to zoom in a but.

    1 point
  • Posted to Tapwater - Home for your Projects, Nov 22, 2017

    PRODUCT SCREENSHOTS!!!!

    My biggest pet peeve and its quiet common is for product websites to have 0 product shots. Yes its hard keeping those up to date, but as a user thats what I want to see. What am I getting into? It helps answer so many questions and make me feel confident to move forward.

    The animations changing is a great touch too of course haha.

    17 points
  • Posted to What's your email signature look like?, Nov 21, 2017

    Jonathan Shariat, B.S. Interactive Media

    VP of GIF Relations @ Companyname INc.

    Twitter: @DesignUXUI, Facebook: /jonathans, Youtube: jonathanshariat

    "Be the change you want to see in the world"

    –Mahatma Gandhi

    Schedule a meeting with me via Shedule.io »

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    PLEASE CONSIDER THE ENVIRONMENT BEFORE PRINTING THIS EMAIL.

    THIS EMAIL IS CONFIDENTIAL AND IS ONLY FOR THE INTENDED RECIPIENT. IF YOU RECEIVE THIS EMAIL IN ERROR, DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY.

    • Sent from my iPhone
    8 points
  • Posted to Design Interview Ethics, Nov 20, 2017

    It is, of course, unethical for them to have you work for free with the lure of a job and then turn around and use it.

    I think the most ethical (and useful for spotting good candidates) design challenge for interviews should be:

    1. Unrelated topic area
    2. Paid
    3. Reasonable deadline that doesn't ask them to drop everything, or forces them to consider taking time off their current job

    Optional/Good to think about 3. Total hours and deadline limited to 2hrs a day. 4. Allow them to present their work. Not a blind submit & response 5. Provide proper context & resources

    3 points
  • Posted to Design Interview Ethics, in reply to Daniel De Laney , Nov 20, 2017

    Agreed. It is important to call them out.

    1 point
  • Posted to So spooky! , Oct 23, 2017

    Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.Its just a comic.....

    46 points
  • Posted to Introducing InVision Studio, in reply to Tom Reinert , Oct 18, 2017

    Playing with Webflow is like this. I wish it pluggin into backend more and was worked on as a design tool at this lvl. (plus mobile)

    0 points
  • Posted to Flawless App — tool to compare original designs with developer’s implementation, in reply to Pablo Stanley , Oct 12, 2017

    News to me thanks Pablo! I need to catch up on all your videos.

    1 point
  • Posted to Flawless App — tool to compare original designs with developer’s implementation, Oct 11, 2017

    Is there anything like this for web?

    1 point
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